xanthic


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xanthic

 [zan´thik]
1. yellow.
2. pertaining to xanthine.

xan·thic

(zan'thik),
1. Yellow or yellowish in color.
2. Relating to xanthine.

xanthic

/xan·thic/ (zan´thik)
1. yellow.
2. pertaining to xanthine.

xan·thic

(zan'thik)
1. Yellow or yellowish in color.
2. Relating to xanthine.

xanthic

1. yellow.
2. pertaining to xanthine.
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Despite taxonomic breadth in occurrence, xanthic variants are typically rare within species (Turner and Liu, 1977; Konings, 1994; Pattengill-Semmens, 1999; but see Lewis, 1968).
Lehmann J, Cravo MS, Zech W (2001) Organic matter stabilization in a Xanthic Ferralsol of the central Amazon as affected by single trees: chemical characterization of density, aggregate, and particle size fractions.
Sometimes a xanthic aberration would appear, as is the case in many other fishes (e.
Marcet also discovered a new compound in certain stones that he called xanthic oxide because it was soluble in alkalis and turned yellow on evaporation with nitric acid (32).
in her dreams she trembles again way back in the dark old days panting in the claws of the Pins in the stress of her hour the bag writhes she thinks she is dying the light fails it is time to lie down Clew Bay vat of xanthic flowers Croagh Patrick waned Hindu to spite a pilgrim She is ready she has lain down above all the islands of glory .
The histologic appearances can vary from polymorphous lesions to those showing a predominantly storiform, fibrous pattern of growth with rare multinucleated giant cells, to those lesions consisting predominantly of xanthic material.
Exotic-sounding xanthic extract plus caffeine zap sluggishness, while good old glycerine smoothes skin.
The Senkol collector range includes mercaptobenzothiazoles, dithiocarbamates, dithiophosphates, thionocarbamates, and xanthic esters as well as various blends of these chemicals.
2007) observed a positive correlation between microbial biomass and soil pH in an acid Xanthic Ferralsol of Brazil after BC applications.
The SIROQUANT[TM] quantitative results showed predominance of kaolinite in all clays, except for the deferrified clay of the deeply weathered Xanthic Acrustox (soil 12), which has gibbsite as the more abundant phase (Table 3).
He named it xanthic oxide (Greek: xanthos, yellow) because it forms a lemonyellow colored compound when treated with nitric acid.
And it must be conceded that the erudite glance at the Greek for yellow in 'ah vieux rire a la xanthine' is impossibly obscure in 'ah old xanthic laugh' since rire jaune has no English equivalent.