melanophore mel·a·no·phore (měl'ə-nə-fôr', mə-lān'ə-)
A pigment cell that contains melanin, especially as found in the skin of amphibians and reptiles.
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|melanophore (měl'ə-nə-fôr', mə-lān'ə-) Pronunciation Key
A pigmented cell that contains melanin, found especially in the skin of fishes, amphibians, and reptiles.