Definition of Subclass. Meaning of Subclass. Synonyms of Subclass

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Definition of Subclass

Subclass
Subclass Sub"class`, n. One of the natural groups, more important than an order, into which some classes are divided; as, the angiospermous subclass of exogens.

Meaning of Subclass from wikipedia

- Look up subclass in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Subclass may refer to: Subclass (taxonomy), a taxonomic rank below "class" Subclass (computer science)...
- In set theory and its applications throughout mathematics, a subclass is a class contained in some other class in the same way that a subset is a set contained...
- Sa'ar 4.5. The first subclass was initially called Chochit (Hebrew: חוחית), but renamed to Aliya (Hebrew: עליה). Two Aliya-subclass boats are in service...
- (General) Subclass BC – Logic Subclass BD – Speculative philosophy Subclass BF – Psychology Subclass BH – Aesthetics Subclass BJ – Ethics Subclass BL – Religions...
- give rise to a directed acyclic graph. An inherited class is called a subclass of its parent class or super class. The term "inheritance" is loosely used...
- A Special Category Visa (SCV) is an Australian visa category (subclass 444) granted to most New Zealand citizens on arrival in Australia, enabling them...
- dictionary. Therian may refer to: In taxonomy, a member of the mammalian subclass Theria, consisting of marsupial and placental mammals Therianthropy, the...
- (reptiles) Subclass Anapsida ("proto-reptiles", possibly including turtles) Subclass Diapsida (majority of reptiles, progenitors of birds) Subclass Euryapsida...
- super: above Tetrapoda class Mammalia Maxillopoda Sauropsida Diplopoda Subclass sub: under Theria Thecostraca Avialae Chilognatha Infraclass infra: below...
- In set theory and its applications throughout mathematics, a class is a collection of sets (or sometimes other mathematical objects) that can be unambiguously...