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decoloration

 [de-kul″er-a´shun]
1. removal of color; bleaching.
2. lack or loss of color.

decoloration

/de·col·or·a·tion/ (de-kul″er-a´shun)
1. removal of color; bleaching.
2. lack or loss of color.

decoloration

the natural loss or removal of color, as by bleaching.

de·col·or·a·tion

(dē-cŏlŏr-āshŭn)
The natural loss or removal of color, such as that caused by bleaching.

decoloration

1. removal of color; bleaching.
2. lack or loss of color.
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Ramsay JA, Nguyen T (2002) Decoloration of textile dyes by Trametes versicolor and its effect on dye toxicity.
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