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subsegment

(sŭb'seg-mĕnt),
A unit of tissue (for example, pulmonary) smaller than a segment.
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Each segment (A1-A7) divided into three subsegments separated by transverse depressions; spiracle located laterally on dorsum of second subsegment; second, third subsegments separated by pronounced depression bearing pair of clear sublateral sclerites.
For example, Figure 2 shows that the proposed scheme puts subsegment [S.sub.5,3] of group [G.sub.2] on subslot [T.sub.8+12y,2] (e.g., [T.sub.8,2], [T.sub.20,2], and [T.sub.32,2]) because = 3, j = 2, i = 5, and x = 3.
BPaaS is the largest segment primarily because of the inclusion of cloud advertising as a subsegment. BPaaS is forecast to grow to $195.1 million in 2012, up from $191.7 million in 2011.
These will vary by segment, subsegment, region and country."
"It is possible that the cold cereal (medium-sugar) subsegment is perceived as an acceptable compromise between children's interest in sugary cereals and parents' desire to encourage better eating habits," the Mintel report suggests.
The sterile parenteral manufacturing subsegment is expected to have a 13.5% CAGR, and is expected to reach a market size of $6.5 billion by the end of the forecast period of 2016.
Assess each subsegment's size, ability to pay, product attributes most important to them, and how well each subsegment is being served by competitive offerings.
The company notes that the multi-serve frozen meals subsegment has been the only one to post overall sales gains since 2008.
"Wafering capacity exceeding that of cell and panel is a positive for Jinko Solar, as wafering currently is the industry's most constrained subsegment," analyst S.
Investments in this subsegment began to decline about halfway through the year, falling from $455 million in the second quarter of 2009 to $439 million in the quarter ended Dec.
The Japanese will not be able to make significant inroads into the pickup segment immediately or even over a few years, for reasons of consumer mentality but also because they do not have a platform or engine to build three-quarter and one-ton pickups, so they are not able to serve that subsegment at all.
For example, the fastest-growing subsegment is production management.