(sŭb-tĕm′pər-ĭt, -tĕm′prĭt)
Of, relating to, or occurring within the colder regions of the Temperate Zones.


(Physical Geography) of or relating to the colder temperate regions


(sʌbˈtɛm pər ɪt)

of, pertaining to, or occurring in the colder parts of the Temperate Zone.
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The highest 3 asiaticoside content was found in the subtemperate Himalayan regions, the location and values of the asiaticosides was found as Rudraprayag 0.
The climate in the area is humid subtemperate, with average annual temperatures of 18-22[degrees]C and average temperatures under 13[degrees]C during the colder months, with four well-defined seasons due to circannual variation in temperature and photoperiod (Maluf, 2000).
Organic amendments affect biochemical properties of a subtemperate soil of the Indian Himalayas.
Thus, the objectives of this study were: (i) to quantify the effects of fertilisation on C sequestration and to establish a relationship between annual C addition and storage; and (ii) to measure the role of soybean wheat system in stabilising added C through FYM and crop residues under 2 distinct management practices (soybean and wheat crops were grown under residual fertility in the irrigated and rainfed soybean-wheat cropping systems, respectively) in 2 contrasting soil types (silty clay loam and sandy loam, respectively) under the subtemperate climate of the Indian Himalayas.
Calico scallops, Argopecten gibbus, are largely restricted to the subtemperate and tropical waters of western North Atlantic with the major stocks distributed from Cape Hatteras, North Carolina to the northeastern Gulf of Mexico (Waller 1969); calico scallops have also been collected from the Greater Antilles, Bermuda and the western portions of the Gulf of Mexico (Waller 1969).
Areas endemic for anthrax exist in all continents containing tropical and subtemperate regions.
Bonsai enthusiasts have virtually miniaturized nearly every alpine, subtemperate and temperate woody plant around the world.