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Synonyms for variegation

Synonyms for variegation

variability in coloration

the act of introducing variety (especially in investments or in the variety of goods and services offered)

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However, these are limited in use due to their small sized flowers and no color variegation.
Although the PL04 hybrid size was smaller and the leaves were shorter and yellow-green in color (FAN3 144A) without anthocyanin or variegation (Table 4), this hybrid featured a semi-erect habit similar to the parental A.
A research project that uses a 'systemic epistemology' should therefore refer to a strategy of variegation, synthesis and perspectivalism.
Locus control region function and heterochromatin-induced position effect variegation.
You may encounter any number of African poinsettia cultivars, each with its own distinctive foliar variegation.
These studies relied heavily on prior genetic data and provided mechanistic insight into how genetic modifiers of eye color variegation, for example, regulate gene expression (Fischle et al.
Color change, in addition to color variegation, often heralds melanoma, thus bolstering the need for adding an E to the ABCD mnemonic for melanoma detection, Dr.
Color change, as well as variegation, often heralds melanoma, thus bolstering the need for adding an E to the ABCD mnemonic for melanoma detection, Robert J.
Yet more often than not the scholarly work on suburban variegation has focused on the changes of the last twenty years rather than those occurring in the eighty years before.
Usually, they are over 5 mm in diameter, have color variegation, and have fried-egg morphology with a central papule and red/tan halo.
Look for herb varieties with white or cream-colored leaf variegation like Alba white fruited eggplant, Casper or Boo white pumpkins, silver thyme, silver artemesia, lamb's ears and silver sage.
Her portfolio boasts photographs with bright colors, wild shapes, and minute parts of nature--like the red variegation on a butter-yellow tulip--that fully sighted people might miss.
Indeed, I am surprised that the myth of a single author is accepted by most of the contributors to this volume, when they trace the sort of variegation that points towards a richer history of composition.
It was in these four proto-mysteries, first published in 1974 through 1978, that Charyn hammered out, on the anvil of a seemingly commercial fiction, both a vision of America and a style that struggles to convey that vision in all its sensory variegation, all its physical and emotional bludgeoning, all its unforgiving duplicities.
Its leaves are pure white with a dark green margin, the reverse variegation of Patriot.