Definition of Subfamilies. Meaning of Subfamilies. Synonyms of Subfamilies

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Meaning of Subfamilies from wikipedia

- In biological cl****ification, a subfamily (Latin: subfamilia, plural subfamiliae) is an auxiliary (intermediate) taxonomic rank, next below family but...
- of the American Ornithologists' Union voted in 2007 to recognize two subfamilies: Herpetotherinae containing the forest falcons; and Falconinae containing...
- families and subfamilies. See also Comparison of computer viruses This is an alphabetical list of biological virus families and subfamilies; it includes...
- Isopyroideae, leaving five subfamilies, an arrangement he continued in his 1993 monograph, dividing the larger subfamilies into tribes, though by then...
- extinct Hesperocyoninae are one of three subfamilies found within the canid family. The other two canid subfamilies are the extinct Borophaginae and extant...
- recent taxonomic scheme proposing eight subfamilies within Mustelidae, the polecats are cl****ified as: Subfamily Ictonychinae Genus Ictonyx Striped polecat...
- The Pooideae are the largest subfamily of the gr**** family Poaceae, with about 4,000 species in 15 tribes and roughly 200 genera. They include some major...
- million years ago. However, the family did not diverge into its extant subfamilies until 19 million years ago. The long period between the origin and diversification...
- subfamilies Acheilognathinae, Gobioninae, and Leuciscinae are monophyletic. The 5th Edition of Fishes of the World sets out the following subfamilies:...
- and Megalopodidae). Other commonly recognized subfamilies have recently been grouped with other subfamilies, usually reducing them to tribal rank (e.g....
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