SQL Server 2005 - Missing Tables while Restoring the Backup file- Clarification

I took full backup from production server and restore it in another server. But i didn't see some of the below tables :
sysarticlecolumns
sysarticles
sysarticleupdates
syspublications
sysreplservers
sysschemaarticles
syssubscriptions
systranschemas
MSpeer_lsns

In production server some of the tables listed above has records and some of them not. In sys.table , these tables "type_desc" shows "User_Table". And also these tables created long time back. I guess while taking backup it shoud backup all the tables in the database . I don't know why these tables are not showing while restoring. Please clarify me. Thanks.
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Faiga DiegelSr Database EngineerCommented:
These are subscriptions made on your production server.Tthey are categorize as system tables under your database. You need to recreate your subscriptions, articles, publications, etc to recreate these system tables.
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PKTGAuthor Commented:
In sys.table , these tables "type_desc" shows "User_Table" not system table. Please clarify me. Thanks.
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