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Gloger's rule is an ecogeographical rule that links animal colouration with climatic variation. This rule is named after C.W.L… Expand Carotenoids produce the brilliant red, orange, and yellow colors of many animals. However, melanin pigments can also confer some… Expand Although many animals use carotenoids to produce bright yellow, orange, and red colors, an increasing number of studies have… Expand Summary
1Melanin coloration is the most common type of colour in animals. Many species use melanin-based black, brown, grey or… Expand Animals use several different types of pigments to acquire their colorful ornaments. Knowing the types of pigments that generate… Expand Skin colour typology depends on the amount and location of its chromophores. Among them, eumelanins derived from 5,6… Expand There are two chemically distinct types of melanin: the red-yellow phaeomelanins and the brown-black eumelanins. While both… Expand The human skin is submitted to solar, essentially ultraviolet radiation (UVR), aggressions, and develops, for sufficient doses… Expand The effect of cysteine and glutathione on mammalian melanogenesis has been studied. It has been shown that their action is… Expand Differences in color of the skin and hair of animals have been the subject of much research. Such differences have been ascribed… Expand