Translation of etiolated in Spanish:


decolorado, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈidiəˌleɪdəd/ /ˈiːtɪəˌleɪtɪd/


  • 1

    • These plants continued to grow without light and developed new etiolated leaves.
    • Exposure of etiolated cereal leaves to red light results in unrolling.
    • Small amounts of such products have been observed by other groups in protein samples from etiolated barley and wheat seedlings.
    • Although expression of carotenoid genes does occur in etiolated plants, their synthesis is stimulated on transfer to light.
    • Flowering continues but decreases through at least three seasons without burning; in long unburned sites, plants are etiolated and flower rarely if at all.
    • It is found in leaves, etiolated tissues, seeds, roots, fruits, and tubers in the chloroplast as well as in the cytosol.
  • 2literary

    (person/poetry) lánguido literary
    • He felt etiolated and unkempt.
    • Apart from an elongated waist which gave him the look of the etiolated shadow of a much taller man, he was not altogether bad looking.