Unbeddedness, or homogeneity, is the main characteristic of seat rocks and underclays, interpreted as fossil soils. Study of modern soils indicates that this homogeneity is a result of biological processes. Leaching and other chemical activities are for the most part related to roots, but the actual physical homogenization is due to the fauna of the soil.

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