superordinal

superordinal

(ˌsuːpərˈɔːdɪnəl)
adj
(Biology) relating to the superorder
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This hierarchy proclaimed that some organisms by their very essence were superordinal to others--more advanced as ordained by creation.
This issue prompted a review of Palaeozoic representatives of the group, resulting into the definition of a clade of superordinal relevance, namely the Archaeorthoptera Bethoux and Nel, 2002.
Regla 1: Superordinal (Suma (C, I, G, X, - M)) [flecha diestra] PIB Regla 2: Correlativa (Suma ([c.
Segundo lugar, uno de sus elementos, el consumo privado se liga a sus factores explicativos (ingreso disponible, tasa de interes y el mismo consumo con un retraso), que se ha situado en la parte baja del diagrama en un elemento superordinal.
super]: C [flecha diestra] P(T) el aprendizaje es de tipo superordinal si se cumple con:
Las variaciones en sus precios contribuyen a explicar la inflacion del pais, lo cual, con la ayuda del ceteris paribus, todo lo demas se mantiene constante, permite definir una regla superordinal entre esos cambios de precios y la tasa de inflacion en general.
Takhtajan (1987) and Thorne (1992) have also tended to make more use of the superordinal and subordinal ranks than any of their predecessors, thus making suggested relationships within and between groups more apparent to users of macrosystematic classifications; see Wagenitz (1977) for further discussion of the subclass Asteridae.