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Cline may refer to:
The term cline was introduced by Julian Huxley in 1938 to describe a gradation in a series of subspecies with continuous change in characters over a geographical area. It can be used more generally for any gradation of measurable characters.
- Cline (biology)
- Cline (hydrology)
- Cline (linguistics)
- Cline (mathematics), a generalised circle
- Clinal, in alkane stereochemistry, a torsion angle between 30° and 150° or between –30° and –150°
- "Cline" the NATO reporting name for the Antonov An-32
- Cline (surname)
- Clinitrachus argentatus, known as Cline in the UK
- "Cline" Drum n Bass Producer/DJ from UK http://soundcloud.com/you/tracks
See also 
- Huxley J. 1938a. Clines: an auxiliary method in taxonomy. Bijdragen tot de Dierkunde (Leiden) 27, 491–520.
- Huxley J. 1938b. Clines: an auxiliary taxonomic principle. Nature 142, 219–220.
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