latosol


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latosol

[′lad·ə‚sȯl]
(geology)
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These results differed from the findings of MARCOLIN & KLEIN (2011), in their research on the Latosols.
Tavares Filho J, Barbosa GM, Ribon AA (2010) Physical properties of dystrophic Red Latosol (Oxisol) under different agricultural uses.
The soil in the nests differed in origin, and soils of two different colors were observed: red-yellow latosol that is characteristic of the Cerrado, and gray-colored soil from the gallery forest (Fig.
EMBRAPA, 2013 SSS, 2006 Area humeda Area seca Latosol distrofico o alico Hapludox Haplustox Latosol eutrofico Eutrudox Eutrustox Latosol acrico Acrudox Acrustox Nitosol eutrofico Eutrudox Eutrutox Argisol distrofico o alico Hapludult Haplustult Argisol eutrofico Hapludalf Haplustalf Neosol Quartzarenico Quartzipsamment distroficos o alicos Cambisol distrofico o Dystropept alico Cambisol eutrofico Eutropept Fuente: Prado (2013).
1995) "Response of soybeans and maize to sulfur fertilizer on a dark-red Latosol originally under cenado vegetation in the Distrito Federal", Revista Brazil and Ciencia Solo, 19(2), 281-285
Al observar los bajos porcentajes de disponibilidad de elementos en las cenizas frescas podria esperarse que la deposicion de estos materiales no implique a muy corto plazo una mejora significativa en las propiedades nutricionales presentes en el suelo, que coincide con lo reportado por Soley (1966), quien al agregar diferentes cantidades de ceniza a un latosol encontro una mejora unicamente en las propiedades fisicas del suelo, y no asi en las propiedades quimicas.
Magnetic grains were separated from the sand fraction of a Typic Haplustox (Oxisol) (Soil Survey Staff 1998) that corresponds to a dystrophic Red-Yellow Latosol (Latossolo Vermelho-Amarelo Distrofico) (Brazilian Classification System, EMBRAPA 1999).
Soil types in the Citarik subwatershed, based on the US soil taxonomy and a taxonomy used only in Indonesia, are Brown Andosol, Andosol Dystric, and Latosol Ustic.
Two of the four rows were assigned as Experiment 1 and filled with clay soil, classified as Eutrophic Red Nitosol (Alfisol); the other two rows were Experiment 2, being filled with sandy loam soil texture, classified as Red-yellow Latosol (Oxisol).