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Although the salamander was dead when found, it obviously was more heavily pigmented than the individual from Chinaj.
Note the effect of acids and alkalies respectively upon the pigmented cultivation, or upon solutions of the pigment.
Both the epiblast layers comprising the iris are somewhat atrophied, and the outer one is strongly pigmented.
In colored varieties the males are more strongly pigmented, and the shades of color in them are more pronounced.
OUR DOMESTIC BIRDSJOHN H. ROBINSON
They are more deeply pigmented than the rest of the antenna.
One, several or more may be present, and coalescence may take place, resulting in a large irregular pigmented area.
ESSENTIALS OF DISEASES OF THE SKINHENRY WEIGHTMAN STELWAGON
The cytoplasm contains granules of various kinds, and the internal protoplasm is sometimes pigmented.
And this was true for both the deeply pigmented and the slightly pigmented types of F1 hen.
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We have stated that the Silky cock transmits the pigmented condition, but transmits it to his daughters only.
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He showed the distinction between pigmented spots of benignant character and those that were due to malignant disease.

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