zona tecta zona tec·ta (těk’tə)
See arcuate zone.
of or relating to a or . of the nature of a . Historical Examples It underlies the whole significance of zonal location, continental and insular. Influences of Geographic Environment Ellen Churchill Semple zonal range: Upper Sonoran areas that are moist yet safe from continuous inundation. North American Jumping Mice (Genus Zapus) Philip H. Krutzsch […]
- Zonal geranium
a widely cultivated plant, Pelargonium hortorum, having white, pink, or red flowers and rounded leaves that are sometimes banded or blotched with contrasting colors.
zoheleth the serpent-stone, a rocky plateau near the centre of the village of Siloam, and near the fountain of En-rogel, to which the women of the village resort for water (1 Kings 1:5-9). Here Adonijah (q.v.) feasted all the royal princess except Solomon and the men who took part with him in his effort to […]
- Zonal soil
noun soil having a profile determined mainly by the local climate and vegetation Compare azonal soil, intrazonal soil