In the white 296 races, the pigmentary tint is extremely slight, and less in winter than in the summer season.
Liebreich, occurrence of pigmentary retinitis in deaf-mutes, ii.
Erythematous, erythemato-papular; exceptionally, herpetic, and pigmentary.
Therefore water colors seem to be better adapted to primary work than any other pigmentary material.
Thence result the formation of coagula in the congested vessels and deposits of pigmentary matter.
In pigmentary colors the term pure is entirely one of relative degree.
The chromogen or pigmentary bacteria have occasionally been the means of working miracles.
One unquestionable cause of this kind comes into action in regard to pigmentary selection.
The pigmentary colors may be divided into two general classes, ground coloration and ornamentation or markings.
pigmentary pig·men·tar·y (pĭg'mən-těr'ē)
Of or relating to a pigment.