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calcic

 [kal´sik]
of or pertaining to lime or calcium.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.

cal·cic

(kal'sik),
Relating to lime.
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

cal·cic

(kal'sik)
Relating to lime.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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Therefore, soils 39, 107, and 138 are qualified in WRB as Gypsic Calcic Solonchak.
Opening Soil Mineral interlaminate Opening Diffrac- predominant ([Angstrom] = 1 x quartz togram clay [10.sup.-7] mm) ([Angstrom]) JUQ01 Sodic montmoril- 14 to 18 3.34 Figure 1 lonite, quartz JUQ02 Sodic montmoril- 18 to 22 3.34 Figure 2 lonite, quartz JAV Sodic montmoril- 18 to 22 3.34 Figure 3 lonite, quartz SDM Calcic montmoril- Up to 15 3.34 Figure 4 lonite, quartz Table 2: Analysis results through the scanning electron microscopy.
The use of different methods of classifications of ground waters of the oasis El-Atteuf such as classifications Stabler, Schoeller-Berkaloff and Piper show the existence of a chemical facies dominating that is the chlorinated facies and sulphated calcic and magnesien.
However, other studies with long-term (>3 years) experimental warming indicated that warming significantly increased or decreased SOC, TN, DOC, and/or DON in a temperate steppe with a Calcic Kastanozems soil in Inner Mongolia (~1.4[degrees]C increase of 10 cm soil temperature) [2], in an alpine meadow (~3[degrees]C increase of 5 cm soil temperature) on the Tibetan Plateau [3], and in a temperate steppe with chestnut soil in Inner Mongolia (~1.2[degrees] C increase of 10 cm soil temperature) [1].
Sulfate effect reacts to aluminous components and calcic components in hardened concrete and forms ettringite (hydrous calcium aluminum sulfate mineral) and gypsum which cause the increase in volume in the concrete.
This three-stage scalar was widened by dividing mull types according to the free carbonates content in fine earth of the A horizon into (1) calci-mull (calcic, skeletid), where the A horizon is very rich in calcium carbonates, and (2) forest-mull, where only the subsoil is rich in calcium carbonates (endocalcaric).
The purpose of this study was to evaluate the ability of a calcic magnesic sulphated mineral water (CMSMW) issued from Bonneval Edelweiss spring to reduce plasma triglycerides and cholesterol in rats fed a cholesterol-rich diet.
Many also have an argillic, natric, or calcic horizon and a few have an albic horizon.