a sere occurring on dry soil.
(ecology) a sere that originates in dry surroundings
of or relating to the condition of being dry and hot: a xerothermic climate. adapted to an environment that is dry and hot: a xerothermic organism.
abnormal dryness, as of the eye or skin. normal sclerosis of the tissue in an aged person. noun (pathol) abnormal dryness of bodily tissues, esp the skin, eyes, or mucous membranes adj.
xerox corporation company (http://xerox.com/). see also xerox parc, xerox network services. [summary?] (2001-03-03)
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xerox data systems model 940 computer (sds 940, xds 940) a time-sharing system, announced in february 1966, developed by scientific data systems with help from the university of california at berkeley and tymshare. sds 940 was backward compatible with sds’s previous systems (except the 12-bit sds 92). it had monitor and user modes, dynamic program […]