pigmentation[ pig-muh n-tey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF pigmentation
Synonyms for pigmentation
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PIGMENTATION
An accident of pigmentation, only that had brought him to this.
It calls it 'Pigmentation'—the 'pigmentation of the mature virgin.'
The male Silky transmitted the pigmentation, but only to his daughters.
In the iris, the pigmentation assumes a particular character.
The pigmentation of the body is not always so pronounced as in the Gorilla.
Mutations have occurred involving the pigmentation of the body and wings.
It is worry in combination with the physical disturbance that produces the pigmentation.
Pigmentation of the guard hairs contributes little information useful in separating the species of Zapus.
In these specimens the same color pattern obtains as in the pallid individuals, but the pigmentation is dense.
In all four stages, spiracle persistent, and pigmentation resembling that of early stages.