regosol


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regosol

(ˈrɛɡəˌsɒl)
n
(Geological Science) a type of azonal soil consisting of unconsolidated material derived from freshly deposited alluvium or sands
[C20: from Greek rhēgos covering, blanket + Latin solum soil]
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Noun1.regosol - a type of soil consisting of unconsolidated material from freshly deposited alluvium or sand
dirt, soil - the part of the earth's surface consisting of humus and disintegrated rock
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Sdeahik(3%) Regosol Leptico Hiperdistrico (Arenico): Similar al Lixisol Abruptico (Arenico, Cutanico, Hipereutrico).
1) dystric Regosol, derived from granitic rock, of sandy loam texture (8% clay, 18% silt and 74% sand), low cation exchange capacity (4.
Soil is classified as eutric regosol (RGe, 7%) and litic leptosol (LPq, 27%).
Se concentra en laderas de pendientes medias a pronunciadas, con mayor abundancia en la parte inferior; los suelos son someros (10 a 70 cm de profundidad) y pedregosos, de tipo Regosol calcarico, Litosol y Feozem (Arias, 1989; Ortega, 2004).
El suelo predominante es feozem haplico y secundariamente el regosol calcarico y litosol, con buen drenaje, textura media y alto contenido de materia organica y nutrimentos.
Los tipos de suelo son vertisol pelico, regosol calcarico, ranker luvisol, litosol y feozem haplico.
Seeds of both plants were sown in seed beds, transferred 4 weeks after germination to 2 L pots, filled with a mixture of regosol soil, perlite and peat moss (2: 1: 1, v/v) and irrigated with 1/4 nutrient solution for 10 d.
Most of these areas are currently covered by secondary forests resulting from abandoned field crops, in different decades, over Leptosol and Regosol (PEDRON et al.
The dominant soils on hills and slopes are litosol with regosol and yermosol in low valleys (CETENAL, 1978).
Se aprecia la arenisca de grano fino con fragmentos de roca volcanica y algunos horizontes de arcilla (INEGI, 2010), de tal manera que los tipos de suelo dominantes corresponden a Regosol eutrico y Litosol (INEGI, 1974).
Los tipos de suelo dominantes son cambisol, planosol y regosol y una pequena parte de feozem.