infuscate


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infuscate

(ɪnˈfʌskeɪt) or

infuscated

adj
(Zoology) (esp of the wings of an insect) tinged with brown
[C17: from Latin infuscāre to darken, from fuscus dark]
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Verb1.infuscate - darken with a brownish tinge, as of insect wings
discolor - cause to lose or change color; "The detergent discolored my shirts"
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Diagnosis: Median occipital sclerites yellow; scutum uniformly yellow to yellowish brown; upper frons yellow to brown; hind femora uniformly yellow; wings at least partly infuscate. See also: RozkoA!ny and Kovac (2003).
13, 19) 3.0 to 3.1x as long as wide, unevenly pigmented, with 3 distinct, infuscate fasciae (all as transverse, straight cross-bands), second band (behind apex of venation) narrowly interrupted, third (subapical) band entire; postmarginal vein about as long as stigmal vein; longest marginal seta 0.09 to 0.1x maximum wing width.
Umblical amino acid uptake at increasing maternal amino acid concentration: effect of a maternal amino acid infuscate. Americal Journal of Obstetrics & Gynaecology Vol 181, issue 2, August 1999 Pages 477-483.
INFUSCATE A Stewed B Dyed in the year C Clouded with brown who am I?
Wing: Cu[A.sub.2] distal to bm-cu and meeting anal vein at distinct angle (ca 65[degrees]); wing membrane lightly and evenly infuscate; tegula and basicosta jet-black, contrasting with adjacent wing base.
Water moves from the cells of the endothelial layer of the vein wall into the infuscate in the circulating blood resulting in shrink- age and dehydration of the endothelial cells of the tunica intima layer.This process results in phlebitis, infiltration, extravasation, sclerosis, and elicits pain (Alexander & Corrigan, 2004; Perdue & Duggar, 2004).After surgery, hypertonic solutions may be used in the event of the stabilizing of blood pressure, normalizing of urine out- put, and lessening the risk of edema (Labus.Wang, & Terry, 2010).
Tegmina hyaline, fuscous along veins, infuscate area between Cu vein and claval suture, on M1, M2 and M 3+4 veins, last two apical cells, and apex of clavus (Fig.
Fore wing infuscate, more lightly apically and at base, including basal cell; darker infuscate on first submarginal cell, bellow the stigma, and also on marginal and second submarginal cells.
Wings with internal margin of the inferior calypter truncated, projecting towards the scutellum; superior calypter slightly infuscate around it (Figs.
Labium and legs yellowish brown, profemoral spine black, distal halves of tarsi blackish; some faces of femora and tibiae appearing infuscate (depending on the angle of observation).
Fore legs light orange with tarsus infuscate, mid legs orange, with tarsus light brown, hind legs with coxa, trochanter and trochantellus orange, with tibia orange, with apex ferrugineous; tarsus mostly white, with tarsomere 1 ferruginous at base, tarsomere 5 mostly ferruginous.