allocheiria al·lo·chei·ri·a (āl’ō-kī’rē-ə)
allochromasia allochromasia al·lo·chro·ma·si·a (āl’ō-krō-mā’zē-ə, -zhə) n. Change in color of the skin or hair.
Physical Chemistry. pertaining to or having photochemical properties resulting from an impurity or from exposure to radiation. Mineralogy. (of a mineral) having no color in itself but bearing colored impurities.
a geological formation not formed in the region where found and moved to its present location by tectonic forces. Compare (def 3).
not formed in the region where found. Compare (def 4). adjective (of rocks, deposits, etc) found in a place other than where they or their constituents were formed Compare autochthonous (sense 1)