glaucescence

glaucescence

(ɡlɔːˈsɛsəns)
n
1. (Botany) the state of having bluish green coloration
2. (Botany) the process of becoming bluish green in colour
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glaucescence

1. the state or quality of being a silvery or bluish green in color.
2. the process of turning this color. — glaucescent, adj.
See also: Color
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