Definition of Albinic
1. Adjective. Of or pertaining to or affected by albinism.
Partainyms: Albinism, Albinism, Albinism, Albinism
Derivative terms: Albinism, Albinism, Albinism, Albino, Albinism
Definition of Albinic
1. pertaining to albinism [adj] - See also: albinism
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Albinic
Literary usage of Albinic
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Journal of Heredity by American Genetic Association (1916)
"... and the R. family, an albino child of two albinic parents. The surname of this last family which we did not then feel at liberty to divulge, ..."
2. Preventive Medicine and Hygiene by Milton Joseph Rosenau, George Chandler Whipple, John William Trask, Thomas William Salmon (1921)
"... persons belonging to albinic strains must avoid marrying cousins, even pigmented ones, because both parents might, in that case, ..."
3. Heredity and Eugenics: A Course of Lectures Summarizing Recent Advances in by William Ernest Castle (1912)
"Starting from a single pair of albinic individuals in which the selected character was transmissible, and following the line of descent from generation to ..."
4. An Investigation of Evolution in Chrysomelid Beetles of the Genus Leptinotarsa by William Lawrence Tower (1906)
"Starting from a single pair of albinic beetles in which the selected character was transmissible, and following the line of descent from generation to ..."
5. Vincent d'Indy, sa vie et son �uvre by Milton Joseph Rosenau, Louis Borgex (1913)
"Normal offspring of an albino and a pigmented parent may transmit the albinic condition. Albinism is an extreme case of blondeness, all pigment being absent ..."
6. Entomology, with Special Reference to Its Ecological Aspects by Justus Watson Folsom (1922)
"The common yellow butterfly, Colias philodice, and its relatives, are frequently albinic. Scudder observed that albinism among butterflies in America ..."
7. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1910)
"Ninety-eight adult beetles were reared from these batches of eggs, of which eighty-two exhibited the characters of an albinic variety found in nature and ..."