superclass

superclass

[soo-per-klas, -klahs]
noun Biology.
1.
a category of related classes within a phylum or subphylum.
2.
a subphylum.

Origin:
1890–95; super- + class

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World English Dictionary
superclass (ˈsuːpəˌklɑːs)
 
n
a taxonomic group that is a subdivision of a subphylum

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superclass su·per·class (sōō'pər-klās')
n.
A taxonomic category ranking below a phylum and above a class.

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Science Dictionary
superclass   (s'pər-klās')  Pronunciation Key 
A taxonomic category of related organisms ranking below a phylum and containing one or more classes.
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Computing Dictionary

superclass definition


base class

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