Xanthophane

Xan'tho·phane noun [ Xantho- + Greek fai`nein to show.] (Physiol.) The yellow pigment present in the inner segments of the retina in animals. See Chromophane .
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xanthophane

<physiology> The yellow pigment present in the inner segments of the retina in animals. See Chromophane. ... Origin: Gr. Fainein = to show. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Xanthophane

• (n.) The yellow pigment present in the inner segments of the retina in animals. See Chromophane.
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