There can be little doubt that this nucleus is the male pronucleus, and that the pigmented streak indicates its path inwards.
And nearly in the middle was the bulky, immaculate, pigmented Ribiera.
Ribiera lifted a pigmented hand to wave languidly from a shaded chair.
On the other hand, white species with pigmented eyes are fairly numerous.
If the cells of the latter are pigmented, those of the former show the same peculiarity.
pigmented leukocytes (Plate VI) are most numerous after a paroxysm.
Overgrowths in relation to the cutaneous nerves, especially the plexiform neuroma, occasionally originate in pigmented moles.
It is most intense in regions where the skin is naturally thin and pigmented.
Even the skin of a white man is pigmented in some degree under normal conditions.
The darkened spots are due to pigmented matter, and this is generally most marked in the pyloric half of the stomach.
late 14c., from Latin pigmentum "coloring matter, pigment, paint," figuratively "prnament," from stem of pingere "to color, paint" (see paint (v.)). Variants of this word could have been known in Old English (e.g. 12c. pyhmentum). As a verb from 1900. Related: Pigmented; pigmenting.
Colored as the result of a deposit of pigment.
pigment pig·ment (pĭg'mənt)
A substance used as coloring.
Dry coloring matter, usually an insoluble powder to be mixed with water, oil, or another base to produce paint and similar products.
A substance that produces a characteristic color in tissue.
A medicinal preparation applied to the skin like paint.