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.

xan·thic

(zan'thik)
1. Yellow or yellowish in color.
2. Relating to xanthine.
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An increase in soil electrical conductivity (CEes) in analyzed soils (spodic Orthic Quartzarenic Neosol with moderate A horizon, Xanthic Hapludox with moderate texture of A horizon, and typical Hapludox with very clayey texture of A horizon, alic mesoferric) was due to the use of cassava wastewater, which replaced the mineral fertilization [10].
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).
Photos of freshly collected specimens from Thailand indicates that specimens with broad bands on the body and faint or no cheek dark marks are the xanthic form.
(2001) found that for a highly aggregated Xanthic Ferralsol in the central Amazon, the amount of organic C had no effect on aggregation.
It contains a synergistic combination of organic silicon and a xanthic base (similar to the caffeine and theophylline found in green tea) that activates lipolysis by increasing cAMP and prevents further fat storage by inhibiting lipoprotein lipase.
The paratype collection represents a xanthic color form with the "perianth white" and the "inflorescence golden yellow" (!
This silver-grey chi, better known as goldfish, Carassius auratus, occasionally appeared as a xanthic form.
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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.