calcic


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calcic

 [kal´sik]
of or pertaining to lime or calcium.

cal·cic

(kal'sik),
Relating to lime.

cal·cic

(kal'sik)
Relating to lime.

calcic

of or pertaining to lime or calcium.
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No calcic horizon has formed in these soils, mainly due to the lack of wetting and drying cycles as a result of the permanent saturation.
The Gudar and Javalambre massif is characterized by Triassic and Cretaceous calcic soils.
El calcio y la apatita forman el cristal que compone los huesos y se ha documentado su acumulacion en los vasos sanguineos calciC c ados en pacientes con ERC.
According to the Soil Survey Staff (2003) the soils are of types Calcic Petrocalcids, Xeric Hapalargids, and Xeric Petrocalcids, respectively.
This is pegged to 50 for the acquisition of a diagnostic argillic or calcic horizon or histic epipedon (in the taxonomy of the United States; Soil Survey Staff 2000), which was also used to classify the soils.
The primary mineralogy of komatiites is simple: phenocrysts of olivine and spinel/chromite (+/pyroxene) are enclosed in a groundmass composed of glass, calcic clinopyroxene and minor orthopyroxene.
Types such as cambic arenosols (qc), rhodic ferralsols with fine texture in hilly to steep regions (frFHS) and calcic yermosols with coarse to moderate texture and in undulating to hilly regions (ykCMUH) were identified as high productivity soils.
The overall improvement of soil aggregate stability indicates that soil management and the calcic properties of this soil generally counteracted the negative effect of wastewater on soil structure.
1 Forman (Fine-loamy, mixed, frigid Calcic Argiudolls) Buse (Fine-loamy, mixed, frigid Typic Calciudolls) Aastad (Fine-loamy, mixed, frigid Pachic Hapludolls) Streeter, ND 8.
Aridisols will have one or more of the following features within 100 cm of the soil surface: a calcic, cambic, gypsic, natric, petrocalcic, petrogypsic, or a salic horizon, or a duripan or an argillic horizon.
Other results: the water of the Castano river is predominantly calcic, and the concentrations of the ion calcium vary from a minimum of 29.
Relationship to other species: It is a member of the amphibole group, calcic subgroup.