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subcluster

[′səb‚kləs·tər]
(astronomy)
One of the several distinct clumps of galaxies that often compose an irregular cluster.
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Within the three sectors, bioproducts, environment and public health have been recognized as subclusters that may leverage provincial opportunities for the North.
As part of a North/West European region the Anglo, Nordic and Germanic countries and the Czech Republic formed visible subclusters.
Analysis of subclusters shows that about one-third of Cluster 2 is highly involved in community and political participation; this subcluster is also characterized by high levels of college attendance, in the thirty to forty-four age grouping, and have annual incomes of $35,000 and above.
Clearly, this function returns all elements of the T's subcluster that are identified by the key X.
create a subcluster within the four faculty members that constitute the main cluster (this is actually the numerical analysis group).
C-11, BDN-2, ICPL-87 and ICPL-87119; whereas subcluster B2 consists of genotypes viz.
Two subclusters existed within the second main cluster: two landraces were ('Bradee Sharabee Asfar' and 'Malesse') clustered together, while the other ten landraces were placed together in another subcluster.
Phylogenetic analysis shows that sequences from patient A form a subcluster within the cluster of sequences from patient B, which suggests that patient B was the source of transmission to patient A (Figure 1).
growing in the forests of Kodagu District, in the Talacauvery subcluster of the Western Ghats (12[degrees] 17' to 12[degrees] 27'N and 75[degrees] 26' to 75[degrees] 33'E), Karnataka, during the month of January, 2012.
Note that, in this dispute, the victims' advocates advance the novel argument that the subcluster constitutes an "agent" of the state under the Articles on State Responsibility, Articles on the Responsibility of States for Internationally Wrongful Acts, G.