allochroism

al·lo·chro·ism

(al'ō-krō'izm),
A change or changeability in color.
[allo- + G. chrōa, color]

allochroism

A term of waning use for any change in colour.

allochroism

(ă-lōk′rō-ĭzm) (al″ō-krō′ĭzm) [ allo- + Gr. chroa, color, + -ism]
A change in color.
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Compatible with coloration, it also endures allochroism under long-time exposure to UV rays.