By late July scales are well developed and the embryo is more snakelike in appearance, but pigmentation is still absent.
An accident of pigmentation, only that had brought him to this.
The degree of pigmentation is clearly correlated with sexual vigor.
The male Silky transmitted the pigmentation, but only to his daughters.
It calls it 'pigmentation'—the 'pigmentation of the mature virgin.'
In the iris, the pigmentation assumes a particular character.
pigmentation, of a yellowish or brownish color, is often a precursory and accompanying symptom.
Mutations have occurred involving the pigmentation of the body and wings.
It is most active during the hot weather, the inflammation subsiding in the winter, leaving a pigmentation of the skin.
It is worry in combination with the physical disturbance that produces the pigmentation.
pigmentation pig·men·ta·tion (pĭg'mən-tā'shən)
Coloration of tissues by pigment.
Deposition of pigment by cells.