rubefaction


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ru·be·fac·tion

(rū'bē-fak'shŭn),
Erythema of the skin caused by local application of a counterirritant.
[see rubefacient]
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ru·be·fac·tion

(rū'bĕ-fak'shŭn)
Erythema of the skin caused by local application of a counterirritant.
See also: rubefacient
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Certes, c'est aussi l'endroit du site oo la paroi presente la rubefaction necessaire a l'ornementation comme signale precedemment (le reste du support est brun a noir), mais la posture imposee aux peintres y est dangereuse.
In the transition zones within the Mediterranean basin, in the case of lesser clay illuviation, rubefaction determines the appearance of chromic luvisols, with a sequence of A-Bt-C horizons, or chromic cambisols, with a sequence A-Bw-C.
Une position dominante, une orientation meridionale, des ruissellements periodiques et une rubefaction des parois sont des manifestations de la sacralite du site.
334-336) of greatest relevance in the savannah zonal area are: translocation of clay, ferruginization and rubefaction, the weathering of rocks, ferralization, the neoformation of clay minerals, the formation of plinthite, the production of organic matter, and the action of erosion.