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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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.
While in the ponds of mercy, goldfish lived among the common chi, other fishes and turtles, the private ponds constructed by the rich now contained only xanthic goldfish.
The possibility of degenerative xanthic changes in a simple bone cyst was also considered in this case, but it was discounted owing to the clinical and radiological features and relatively abundant amounts of foam cells present.
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).
Classification, parent materials, localisation in the Sao Paulo State, and sampling depth of soils Soil Classification Parent material 1 Typic Hapludox Sandstone 2 Rhodic Acrudox Argillites 3 Typic Hapludox Schist 4 Rhodic Acrustox Basalt 5 Rhodic Acrudox Diabase 6 Rhodic Acrudox Argillites 7 Typic Hapludox Basalt 8 Typic Hapludox Argillites 9 Xanthic Acrustox Basalt 10 Typic Hapludox Granite 11 Rhodic Acrustox Basalt 12 Xanthic Acrustox Diabase Soil Localisation Depth (m) 1 Aguai 0.
He named it xanthic oxide (Greek: xanthos, yellow) because it forms a lemonyellow colored compound when treated with nitric acid.
A sequence of Red Kandosols and Kurosols (Australian Soil Classification; lsbell 2002) (World Reference Base equivalents (IUSS Working Group WRB 2006)): Rhodic Cambisols and Acrisols on hilltops, Red and Yellow Kandosols or Kurosols (often ferric) at midslope to footslope positions (WRB equivalents: Rhodic/ Xanthic Cambisols and Acrisols), and (ferric) Redoxic Hydrosols or Semi-Aquic Podosols (WRB equivalents: Gleyic Luvisols and Endogleyic Podzols) in poorly drained valleys and on creek margins has been observed (Coaldrake 1961).
In the middle Amazon valley, near Manaus, there are many discontinuous patches of well drained Tertiary Plateau S, where Xanthic Oxisols (Latosols) are overlain by black-earth deposits, pedogenically transformed, that contain archaeological artefacts such as pottery fragments, weathered bones, and organic remains (Lima et al.
The competitive adsorption of potassium and calcium ions was performed using 2 highly weathered soil samples, which were collected in the B horizons of a Rhodic Acrudox and a Xanthic Acrustox (Soil Survey Staff 1998) located in the north of the Sao Paulo State, Brazil.
1968) or Xanthic Ferralsol (FAO-UNESCO 1988) but the clay content was much lower in the subsoil of KTG10.
Characteristics of each of the sites examined in this study Field texture and chemical attributes are for the 0-10 cm depth range (mean of 3 land uses) Site name Field texture Soil Annual rainfall classification (A) (mm) Andrews Fine sandy loam Ferric Acrisol 865 Anning Sandy loam Ferric Acrisol 1291 Ayers Sandy loam Xanthic Ferralsol 983 Gibbs Sand Haplic Arenosol 721 Hall Loamy sand Haplic Arenosol 661 Hartridge Loamy sand Gleyic Arenosol 1087 Jefferies Sand Haplic Arenosol 655 Moltoni Sandy loam Ferric Acrisol 1358 Patmore Sandy loam Haplic Arenosol 833 Robinson Sandy loam Ferric Acrisol 1226 Site name Years since Plantation age Plantation clearing (years) productivity ([m.