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subclass

 [sub´klas]
a taxonomic category subordinate to a class and superior to an order.

sub·class

(sŭb'klas),
In biologic classification, a division between class and order.

subclass

/sub·class/ (sub´klas) a taxonomic category subordinate to a class and superior to an order.

subclass

(sŭb′klăs′)
n.
1. Biology A taxonomic category of related organisms ranking below a class and above an order.
2. A subdivision of a set or class.

sub·class

(sŭb'klas)
In biologic classification, a division between class and order.

subclass

a taxonomic category subordinate to a class and superior to an order.
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