Xeric Condition refers to

  • Low temperature
  • Low humidity     
  • High evaporation
  • Extreme temperature
Monis Rasool Professor Asked on 28th April 2015 in Chemistry.
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    Low Humidity

    Xeric Condition refers to Low Humidity. The word ‘Xeric’ itself refers to ‘containing little moisture’.

    The means of Xeric is grow in dry conditions, and need a low humidity usually found in desert regions.  Xeric plants endure situation of low water,  radiant light  and warm temperatures. Plants in Xeric are bound to conserve water like oaks have hard leathery leaves to retard water evaporation.

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    Xeric is a challenging place with poor sandy soil, extreme condition of rain and drought. Xeric environment are places where water is meager.

    Monis Rasool Professor Answered on 2nd May 2015.
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