cinerea ci·ne·re·a (sĭ-nēr'ē-ə)
The gray matter of the brain and other parts of nervous system.
He found it to be an aggressive bird, often chasing the white-eye Zosterops cinerea.
It seems as common as Arcyria cinerea, and has heretofore been included in it.
An outbreak of cockroaches, Nauphoeta cinerea (Olivier), in Honolulu.
Rather this, probably, than the cinerea, for it seems not to be evergreen.
Millardet, of France, believes that the variety may contain a strain of cinerea as well.
Of the Crane (Grus cinerea) we have a great number of bones but of the common Heron not one.
cinerea is very closely allied to Aestivalis and was for a long time considered a part of that species.
cinerea is light colored and lives in great numbers about houses and barns in northern New England.
Nauphoeta cinerea, Australia (Mackerras and Mackerras, 1948).
Vitis cinerea canescens was first mentioned by Engelmann in 1868 under the name Vitis aestivalis, var.