cerris


Also found in: Wikipedia.

cerris

(ˈsɛrɪs)
n
a species of oak tree known as the Turkey oak
References in periodicals archive ?
GEORGE Gwenda Mary Yn heddychlon iawn ar Orffennaf 31 2015 yn Ysbyty Treforys, Gwenda, o Llys y Ferin, Nantgaredig, Caerfyrddin; priod hoff y diweddar David a mam gariadus Cerris.
Boqueras and Gomez-Bolea [41] in their study of epiphytic lichens on Quercus suber in Catalonia (Spain), Zedda [53] in his study of epiphytic lichens on Quercus in Sardinia (Italy), and Oran and Ozturk [65] in their study of the diversity of epiphytic lichens on Quercus cerris and Quercus frainetto in Marmara (Turkey), have the same result.
Productivity and energy balance in conversion of a Quercus cerris L.
Providing 81 cappadocicum Acer Rubrum (lot 1) and 18 Quercus cerris (lot 2).
Peacefully at Cerris Newydd Nursing Home, of 38 Ambrose Street, Hirael, Bangor, aged 86 years.
Spanish Chestnut, Beach, White Poplar, Qurecus Serotina, Quercus Cerris, Tilla Europia were among the species planted by the Englishmen in 1902.
Dysdera adriatica occurs in various xerothermic forests and shrubland, mainly with dominant Carpinus betulus, Fagus sylvatica, Quercus cerris or Pinus nigra.
Contact: Mike McGarry, +1-212-218-3107, or Cerris Tavinor, +44-0-20-7934-3045, both of Shell International Media Relations
Yesterday, Shell spokeswoman Cerris Tavinor said: "We are aware of the incident at Cumbernauld, but any further information should come from the police.
Shell spokeswoman Cerris Tavinon said: "Our margins are becoming increasingly slimmer.