listen to the pronunciation of subspecies
Englisch - Türkisch
(Arılık) varyete
(Tıp) Bir türün kısmı
(isim) altcins
{i} altcins
(Jeoloji) alt-tür
(Denizbilim) alt tür
Englisch - Englisch
A taxon at that rank

In zoology and bacteriology, subspecies is the only rank below that of species which is formally accepted by the relevant nomenclatural Code.

A rank in the classification of organisms, below species
a physically distinct sub-unit of a species, sometimes called a race
Individuals that are potentially capable of breeding with each other, but not with individuals of other groups (species) - Dobson
A grouping of organisms that differ from other members of their species by color, size or various morphological features; also referred to as race Wolves in Wisconsin had been referred to as the Eastern timber wolf Canis lupus lycaon, but have recently been reclassified to the Great Plains wolf Canis lupus nubilus The specific subspecies classification is not critical for determining wolf conservation needs
{i} subdivision of a species (especially an ecological or geographical subdivision)
a taxonomic subdivision of a species; a population of a particular region genetically distinguishable from other such populations and capable of interbreeding with them
Category of plant classification, below species but higher in rank than varietas or forma
geographical unit of a species populations distinguishable by certain morphological, behavioral, or physiological characteristics
A unit of plant classification denoting a wild or naturally occurring variant of a species
A group somewhat lessdistinct than speciesusually are, but based on characters more important than those which characterize ordinary varieties; often, a geographical variety or race
A subclass of the genus that groups members by their geographical location or other descriptive variation Also known as a variety
groupings or populations within a species that are distinguishable by morphological characteristics or, sometimes, by physiological or behavioural traits
Geographically defined aggregate of local populations which differs taxonomically from other such subdivisions of the species
subspecies a group of similar plants or animals that is smaller than a species
(biology) a taxonomic group that is a division of a species; usually arises as a consequence of geographical isolation within a species
pertaining to a subspecies. Usage as a formal term of nomenclature: only in zoology and bacteriology, not in botany. Informal usage is not restricted
{s} of or pertaining to a subspecies; less than specific