Definition of Subsampled

1. Adjective. Divided into subsamples ¹



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Definition of Subsampled

1. subsample [v] - See also: subsample

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Subsampled

subroutine library
subroutines
subrule
subrules
subs
subs' bench
subs in
subs out
subsacral
subsale
subsales
subsaline
subsalt
subsalts
subsample
subsampled (current term)
subsamples
subsampling
subsannation
subsatellite
subsatellites
subsaturated
subsaturation
subsaturations
subscale
subscales
subscapularis
subschema
subschemas
subschemata

Literary usage of Subsampled

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1. Statistics in Molecular Biology and Genetics: Selected Proceedings of a 1997 by Françoise Seillier-Moiseiwitsch (1999)
"After burn in, each production run is subsampled every 20 cycles to ... We calculated the tree topology and loglikelihood of all subsampled phylogenies. ..."

2. Site Management and Productivity in Tropical Plantation Forests: Proceedings by E. K. Sadanandan Nambiar (2004)
"The samples were subsampled and some subsamples sent to the laboratory for ... Soil and leaf were subsampled and the subsamples of soil and leaf were sent ..."

3. Proceedings of the Second Temperate Rice Conference by B Hardy, J E Hill (2002)
"Soils sampled were stored moist at 4 °C in capped, butyrate plastic tubes and subsampled within 7 d for extractable inorganic N and microbial biomass C and ..."

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