edaphic


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edaphic

(ĭ-dăf′ĭk)
adj.
1. Of or relating to soil, especially as it affects living organisms.
2. Influenced by the soil rather than by the climate.
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Edaphic factors and distribution of vegetation in the Cholistan desert, Pakistan.
Some of the variations in nutrient profiles of the plant species can be attributed to the fact that the phytochemical and micronutrient profiles of plant species are known to vary with species, agro-climate, edaphic factors, genetic conditions, farming practices, age of plants at harvest, stage of ripeness and plant moisture content among others [30].
Purpurea--indicator species of the thermo-Mediterranean belt (at those indicated altitudes)--adds to the edaphic variable a thermal-type climate variable, thus more clearly profiling the ecological conditions of the Cropland landscape.
Among the forest strata evaluated, the edaphic stratum (ground + termite mounds) corresponded to the greater number of species (14 spp.
Edaphic ascid mites (Acari: Mesostigmata: Ascidae) from the state of Sao Paulo, Brazil, with description of five new species.
The edaphic fauna is very sensitive to the characteristics of the ecosystem and, therefore, modifications caused in the environments are reflected in drastic alterations in the structure and composition of its community (Camara et al.
To give an exhaustive account of diversity's nematofauna in an agro-vine system and the effect of edaphic environment on this distribution, our research was carried out in 10 stations in the west of the country.
At the first, different plant communities conditions (composition, vegetation cover, making reference scenarios that demonstrate the best climate and edaphic condition) is defined.
Floristic, edaphic and structural characteristics of flooded and unflooded forests in the lower Rio Purus region of Central Amazonia, Brazil.
Dietary overlap in frugivorous and insectivorous bats from edaphic Cerrado habitats of Brazil".
Drought stress is affected by climatic, edaphic and agronomic factors.