melanin

英 ['melənɪn] 美 ['mɛlənɪn]
  • n. 黑色素
  • n. (Melanin)人名;(俄)梅拉宁
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melanin 黑色素

melan-,黑色的,-in,化学名词后缀。用于指黑色素。

melanin (n.)
dark brown or black pigment found in animal bodies, 1832, Modern Latin, with chemical suffix -in (2); first element from Greek melas (genitive melanos) "black," from PIE root *mel- (2) "of darkish color" (cognates: Sanskrit malinah "dirty, stained, black," Lithuanian melynas "blue," Latin mulleus "reddish"). Related: Melanism; melanistic.
1. The production of melanin in the skin is stimulated by exposure to the sun.
皮肤暴露在阳光下就很容易生成黑色素。

来自柯林斯例句

2. Freckles are simply concentrations of melanin.
雀斑不过是高浓度的黑色素.

来自辞典例句

3. Promote the blood circulation, and accelerate the melanin's decomposition and absorption.
促进血液循环, 加速黑色素的分解与吸收.

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4. The melanin plays an important role on animal body color formation.
黑色素对动物体色的形成起重要的作用.

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5. Therefore melanin metrocyte when not ultraviolet radiation, still mass production melanin.
因此黑色素母细胞在不受紫外线照射时, 仍然大量生产黑色素.

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