Xerophilous

Xe·roph'i·lous adjective [ Greek ... dry + ... to love.] (Botany) Drought-loving; able withstand the absence or lack of moisture. « Plants which are peculiarly adapted to dry climates are termed by De Candolle xerophilous Goodale.
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xerophilous

<botany> Drought-loving; able withstand the absence or lack of moisture. 'Plants which are peculiarly adapted to dry climates are termed by De Candolle xerophilous.' (Goodale) ... Origin: Gr. Dry + to love. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Xerophilous

• (a.) Drought-loving; able withstand the absence or lack of moisture.
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xerophilous

xerophilous Plants and animals that thrive in dry habitats and even have a preference for such conditions. Cross reference of another word family related to: 'dry': arid-.
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xerophilous

xerophilous, xerophile, xerophily In biology, thriving in dry habitats or in very low water conditions.
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xerophilous

applied to species living in dry places
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