Definition of Melanics

1. melanic [n] - See also: melanic



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Melanics

melancholize
melancholized
melancholizes
melancholizing
melancholy
melancholy thistle
melanedema
melanemia
melanesia
melange
melanges
melangians
melanian
melanians
melanic
melanics (current term)
melanidrosis
melaniferous
melaniline
melanin
melaninization
melanins
melanise
melanisms
melanist
melanistic
melanists
melanite
melanites

Literary usage of Melanics

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1. Problems of Genetics by William Bateson (1913)
"... is in the manufacturing districts of Lancashire and Yorkshire, and again in the London area that the melanics have attained their greatest development. ..."

2. Botanical Abstracts by Board of Control of Botanical Abstracts (1921)
"... unlike most melanics on first appearance, was homozygous [though dark intermedia individuals are as black as ..."

3. Contributions to Geology by Isaac Lea (1833)
"The reflected margin, which is disposed to be effuse, has at the base some similarity to the melanics, and therefore cannot be placed in the genus Turbo. ..."

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