Magnesic


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Mag`ne´sic


a.1.(Chem.) Pertaining to, or containing, magnesium; as, magnesic oxide.
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To appreciate the effectiveness of Mg we need to understand changes in both the effect of the Ca/Mg ratio, as well as the total magnesic effect within the increasing presence of cations other than Mg.
The studied "Palevye (Pale)" soils, classified according to World Reference Base for Soil Resources (2006), are represented by Pit 10-03 of Cambic Calcic Cryosol (Siltic, Magnesic): AO (0-6 cm)--Bw (6-22 cm) Bk(f) (22-65 cm); Pit 18-03 of Cambic Calcic Cryosol (Siltic, Luvic): O (0-3 cm)--A (3-7 cm)--AE (7-15 cm)--Bt (15-41 cm)--Bk(f) (41-91 cm); Pit 1-07 of Cambic Turbic Cryosol (Reductaquic): AO (0-10 cm)--Bw (10-20 cm)--[Bw.sub.@] (20-57 cm)--[Bk.sub.@] (57-75 cm)--[Bkg.sub.@]f (75-100 cm); and Pit 2-07 of Cambic Calcic Turbic Cryosol: O (0-4 cm)--AO (49 cm)--Bwh (9-19 cm)--[Bw.sub.@] (19-44 cm)--[Bk.sub.@] (44-114 cm)--[Bkf.sub.@] (114-124 cm).
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.