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Synonyms for bleached

Synonyms for bleached

having lost freshness or brilliance of color

(used of color) artificially produced

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And even on bleached reefs, there are some colonies that do not bleach.
Last week, our research divers found that 75% of the corals were bleached on multiple reefs near Port Douglas, and nearly 50% near Cairns.
6 You will notice the bleach develops over time - the longer you leave it, the paler the bleached areas will go.
Around 5 percent of the GBR died when half of the shallow corals bleached in the 1998 and 2002 major bleaching events.
Abouassi et al, demonstrated morphological alterations in the bleached enamel surface: Bleaching of enamel results in formation of enamel depressions, porosities in enamel and marked increase in the depth of enamel grooves.
Results: Thedetrimental effects of hydrogen per-oxide on enamel were evident in bleached specimens under SEM, and AFM analysis.
Although there is a deficiency of evidence- based science in the literature that addresses the prognosis of bleached non-vital teeth, it is important to always be aware of the possible complications and risks that are associated with the different bleaching techniques and agents.
The colorant is also present in liquid cheese whey and must be bleached so that it can be used in ingredient applications without imparting color.
A 20-year old single and employed woman maintained that she feels great in bleached skin.
2], papermakers may be able to decrease oxalate-related scaling without sacrificing brightness in bleached mechanical pulp.
Assuming we can't live without bright white paper, does it have to be bleached with chlorine, or are there feasible alternatives?
A recent increase of bleached corals around the world alarms scientists.
The paper is de-inked, then bleached and decolorized without the use of any chlorine compounds (a process called "process chlorine free").
Changes in hepatic mixed function oxygenase (MFO) activity, plasma steroid levels and age at maturity of a white sucker (Catostomus commersoni) population exposed to bleached kraft pulp mill effluent.