Definition of Albinos

1. Noun. (plural of albino) ¹



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Definition of Albinos

1. albino [n] - See also: albino

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Albinos

albiduria
albidus
albification
albinal
albiness
albinesses
albinic
albinisms
albinistic
albinoes
albinoid
albinoisms
albinos (current term)
albinotic
albinterferon
albinuria
albite
albites
albitic
albitical
albitise
albitised
albitises
albitization
albitizations
albitize
albitized

Literary usage of Albinos

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1. Genetic Studies on a Cavy Species Cross by John Adolph Detlefsen (1914)
"Nevertheless, it is interesting to note that there was an excess of dominants in the ratios obtained by mating hétérozygotes to albinos (table 50) ; hence ..."

2. The Journal of Physiology by Physiological Society (Great Britain). (1896)
"THE COAGULABILITY OF THE BLOOD OF albinos. BY JW PICKERING, D.Sc. (Lond.), George Henry Laves Student. THE recent researches of Prof. ..."

3. Heredity of Coat Characters in Guinea-pigs and Rabbits by William Ernest Castle (1905)
"albinos AND PIGMENTED ANIMALS.* These two types are very distinct. Each by itself breeds true, and cross-breeding between them fails to produce ..."

4. Readings in Evolution, Genetics, and Eugenics by Horatio Hackett Newman (1921)
"That color factors are present in albinos may be shown by the following experiment. An albino had appeared in a Black stock and was crossed with a ..."

5. The New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge: Embracing by Johann Jakob Herzog, Philip Schaff, Albert Hauck (1909)
"... or with unusual physical characteristics (as albinos), were considered channels of divine communication and were employed in divinatory art. ..."

6. Studies of Inheritance in Guinea-pigs and Rats by William Ernest Castle, Sewall Wright (1916)
"In cross 25, red-eyes crossed with albinos from various sources give no intense young, but only red-eyes and albinos. One possible explanation of these ..."

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