Definition of Subcolonies
1. subcolony [n] - See also: subcolony
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Subcolonies
Literary usage of Subcolonies
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Microbial and Phenotypic Definition of Rats and Mice: Proceedings of the by National Research Council Staff, ebrary, Inc, National Research Council, International Committee, Commission on Life Sciences, National Academy of Sciences (1999)
"The only method for discriminating subcolonies from each other is by genetic testing. For closed colonies, we propose a monitoring method as follows: ..."
2. The Colony of Victoria: Its History, Commerce, and Gold Mining; Its Social by William Westgarth (1864)
"... the colony is consequently distinguished by many small ports, around which are clustered a continually increasing number of subcolonies or provinces. ..."
3. British Zoophytes: An Introduction to the Hydroida, Actinozoa, and Polyzoa by Arthur Stuart Pennington (1885)
"... simple or lobed, formed of a number of subcolonies superimposed one upon the other; the whole surface porous. ..."
4. History of Greeceby George Grote by George Grote (1857)
"482 ; the voyage from Greece to, iii. 483; spot where the Greeks first landed in, iii. 484; Megarian, iii. 488; subcolonies from, iii. ..."
5. History of Greeceby George Grote by George Grote (1856)
"482 ; the voyage from Greece to, iii. 483; spot where the Greeks first landed in, iii. 484; Megarian, iii. 488 ; subcolonies from, iii. ..."
6. A History of Greece; from the Earliest Period to the Close of the Generation by George Grote (1869)
"... spot where the Greeks first landed in, iii. 358; Megarian, iii. 361; subcolonies from, iii. ..."