Definition of Subadults

1. Noun. (plural of subadult) ¹



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Definition of Subadults

1. subadult [n] - See also: subadult

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Subadults

subacute sclerosing panencephalitis
subacutely
subadamantine
subadar
subadars
subadarship
subadarships
subadditive
subadditivities
subadditivity
subadiabatic
subadnate
subadolescent
subadolescents
subadult
subadults (current term)
subaduncate
subadviser
subadvisers
subadvocate
subadvocates
subaerial
subaerially
subaffluent
subagencies
subagency
subagent
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subah
subahdar

Literary usage of Subadults

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1. Ecology and Conservation of the Marbled Murrelet by C. John Ralph (1997)
"P, is the annual survivorship of subadults. Note that this stage may take several years for birds to mature and additional nodes would need to be added for ..."

2. The California Spotted Owl: A Technical Assessment of Its Current Status. by Jared Verner (1994)
"Because of similarity in survival rates, first- and second-year subadults were pooled with adults and collapsed into a single stage. ..."

3. Archaeology of Houses and Households in Ancient Creteby Kevin Glowacki, Natalia Vogeikoff-Brogan by Kevin Glowacki, Natalia Vogeikoff-Brogan (2008)
"Florence D Lake Trasimeno O Lake Bolsena 0»E \ A Rome n 0 50 Despite the high rate of infant mortality in preindustrial societies, relatively few subadults ..."

4. American Marten, Fisher, Lynx, and Wolverine: Survey Methods for Their Detection by William J. Zielinski, Thomas E. Kucera (1998)
"More subadults occurred in northwest Alaska; however, subadult and young-of-the-year ... Males disperse as young of the year or as subadults (Gardner 1985; ..."

5. Life After Logging: Reconciling Wildlife Conservation and Production by E. Meijaard (2005)
"Mostly singly or in pairs; small flocks of eight, comprised of juveniles, subadults and non-breeding adults move and forage steadily through the canopy ..."

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