Definition of Subclustered
1. subcluster [v] - See also: subcluster
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Subclustered
Literary usage of Subclustered
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1. Species Filicum: Being Descriptions of the Known Ferns, Particularly of Such by Sir William Jackson Hooker (1862)
"... stipites subclustered short £—1 inch or more long, fronds firm-coriaceous glabrous 6-10 inches long 1-11 wide lanceolate acuminate much tapering at the ..."
2. Publications by Bureau of Government Laboratories, Philippines, Department of the Interior (1906)
"Rhizome stout, creeping, sparsely scaly; stipes subclustered, 1 to 2 cm. high; frond 40 to 60 cm. high, 3 to 6 cm. broad, acuminate, entire, attenuate to ..."