xenotropic virus

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    (of a sere) originating in a dry habitat. adjective (ecology) (of a sere) having its origin in a dry habitat

  • xeres

    former name of jerez. contemporary examples why maya angelou loved sherry, the drink of brilliant renegades jordan salcito june 14, 2014 historical examples in kedar’s tents henry seton merriman roman catholicism in spain anonymous the spanish cavalier charlotte maria tucker under wellington’s command g. a. henty ocean’s story; or triumphs of thirty centuries edward rowland […]

  • xeric

    of, relating to, or adapted to a dry environment. historical examples a distributional study of the amphibians of the isthmus of tehuantepec, mexico william e. duellman the systematics of the frogs of the hyla rubra group in middle america juan r. len the biotic -ssociations of c-ckroaches louis m. roth birds from coahuila, mexico emil […]

  • xeriscape

    environmental design of residential and park land using various methods for minimizing the need for water use.

  • xerically

    of, relating to, or adapted to a dry environment. adjective (ecology) of, relating to, or growing in dry conditions adj. xeric (zěr’ĭk, zîr’-) relating or adapted to an extremely dry habitat. succulents such as cacti, aloes, and agaves are xeric plants. compare hydric, mesic.

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