A person, whether negro, Indian, or white, in whom by some defect of organization the substance which gives color to the skin, hair, and eyes is deficient or in a morbid state. An albino has a skin of a milky hue, with hair of the same color, and eyes with deep red pupil and pink or blue iris. The term is also used of the lower animals, as white mice, elephants, etc.; and of plants in a whitish condition from the absence of chlorophyll.
An animal lacking in the pigment melanin, so it is white (no colour in skin, hair, nails, or eyes).
A subject of albinism. A person with no pigment in the skin hair and eyes.
a genetic term referring to a lack of pigmentation in the skin and hair, resulting in an abnormally white animal with pink eyes.
Lack of all dark pigments in the skin and eyes. Albinism is common in some species, such as the Axolotl ( Ambystoma mexicanum). Albinism is not to be confused with leucistic, hypomelanistic, or amelanistic.
Genetic mutation that causes the lack color pigment usually seen with red eyes
horse colour - true white (pink skin, blue eyes)
White plants without chlorophyll pigments so unable to assure the photosynthesis, so condemned in the necrosis or in the parasitism.
A whale (or any animal) lacking color in its skin, hair, and eyes.
Term used to indicate lack of pigment. True albino horses have pink skin, white hair coat and pink eyes.
A pink-eyed, white furred/wooled rabbit.
a completely white animal with red or pink eyes
a "little white one
an animal with no skin pigment and pink eyes
a person (or animal) who has no pigment in his/her body
a person who has a genetic inheritance that causes them to have no pigmentation in their eyes, skin, and/or hair
a lack of colour in the skin, eyes and hair that runs in families, that is white skin and hair with pale blue or pink eyes.
A mutant form in which pigments are lacking. A true albino hummingbird has pink eyes, feet, and beak and white feathers. A partial albino has some normal feathers and some white feathers.
an organism exhibiting deficient pigmentation
contrary to popular beliefe, albinos DO indeed exist. They are born pure white with very light blue or uncolored eyes. The blue is a tint from the blood. Albinos are quite rare, but are found in all types of mammals, including humans, and eyes only appear red in rodents and related animals, such as rabbits and beavers. Albinos are the only true white horses.
A white rabbit with a pink eye.
A lack of pigment in the skin
Lacking normal pigmentation.
A white rabbit with pink eyes
A person with milky white skin and hair, and eyes with bright red pupil and usually pink iris.
Having pale or colorless skin, eyes, and hair because the body does not produce enough pigment.
Any organism exhibiting deficient pigmentation, and typically having a milky white or translucent skin, and eyes with a deep red pupil and pink or blue iris."
Hamster that is completely white in appearance due to a lack of pigmentation. The eyes are opque but appear to be pink because blood behind the eye can be seen.
An organism (especially a mammal) that is congenitally deficient in pigment and usually has a milky or translucent skin, white or colorless hair, and eyes with pink or blue iris and red pupil.
A pigmentless "white" phenotype, determined by a mutation in a gene coding for a pigment-synthesizing enzyme.
A relatively rare, genetically recessive condition resulting in white hair and pink eyes.
Skin lacks all dark pigments such as black, brown, orange and red; albino herps are white with some yellow. Current use in herpetoculture applies this term to all reptiles lacking one or more colors. Thus, anerythristic, amelanistic and albinos are all being referred to as albino.
An Albino is a chess problem in which, at some stage in the solution, a white pawn standing on its starting square makes each of its four possible moves: one square forward, two squares forward, capture to the left and capture to the right. When a black pawn exhibits similar activity, it is instead termed a Pickaninny.