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coloration

, colouration
1. the colouring or markings of insects, birds, etc.
2. unwanted extraneous variations in the frequency response of a loudspeaker or listening environment
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Can you tell me what causes this coloration, and is it a problem for the animal?
Nuptial coloration has further significance in courtship in that temporal variations in coloration may act as an "honest signal" that indicates a male's physical condition and reproductive status or success (Kodric-Brown, 1998; Sargent et al.
Manual Woodworkers & Weavers is using its new Pervade fabrication to create more vibrant detail and colorations on new products such as the Graffiti bed ensemble, manualww.
The muscle relaxant chlorzoxazone (Algisin, Paraflex, Parafon Forte), the antibiotic rifampin (Rifadin, Rofact), antipsychotics, and some antiparasitic medications may cause spectacular colorations in urinary discharge.
Nevamar's collection also features striking woodgrain patterns of uncommon woodgrain structures and unusual colorations for a dramatic statement, especially when paired with certain neutrals.
The Oak Harbor Collection gains new colorations at Colonial Mills.
Inspired by the precious metal used in Japanese jewelry, Nevamar's Sasanami pattern is a magical mix of gold, silver, copper and blue colorations that successfully conveys a sense of contrast and balance, all at once.
The New Tibet Collection features contemporary designs in earth tones and neutral palettes, although custom colorations may be ordered to meet special requirements, as may custom sizes.
FirstStep is Glass 1 fire rated and available in seven colorations.
There are 46 varieties in as many colorations to mix and match or wear monochromatically.
More traditional Oriental rug patterns are being updated in both design and colorations to meet today's market demands, as seen at last month's International Home Furnishings Market here.