homochromy


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homochromy

(hɒˈmɒkrəmɪ; ˌhɒməˈkrəʊmɪ)
n
(Zoology) zoology a form of camouflage or protective colouring in animals that makes an individual visually become part of the whole group or landscape
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homochromy, crypsis, color change, image analysis, habitat choice, pheomelanin, eumelanin
Chapters include familiar topics such as the physiology of food selection, pollination, and coevolution, as well as less conventional topics like "Carnivorous and protocarnivorous plants" (Chapter 6), "Insect mimicry and homochromy in relation to plants" (Chapter 10), and "Natural weed control in the Holarctic region and in the tropics using phytophagous insects" (Chapter 11).
Truly Semiconductors has the largest productive capacity of TFT-LCD module, provides homochromy and color STN-LCD and OLED, and holds the most complete product line of LCD.