[foh-toh-ree-ak-tuh-vey-shuh n] /ˌfoʊ toʊ riˌæk təˈveɪ ʃən/
a process that repairs DNA damaged by ultraviolet light using an enzyme that requires visible light.
photoreactivation pho·to·re·ac·ti·va·tion (fō’tō-rē-āk’tə-vā’shən)
The activation by light of something previously inactive or inactivated.
[foh-toh-ree-uh-liz-uh m] /ˌfoʊ toʊˈri əˌlɪz əm/ noun, (sometimes initial capital letter) 1. a style of painting flourishing in the 1970s, especially in the U.S., England, and France, and depicting commonplace scenes or ordinary people, with a meticulously detailed , flat images, and barely discernible brushwork that suggests and often is based on or incorporates an […]
[foh-tuh-juh n, -jen] /ˈfoʊ tə dʒən, -ˌdʒɛn/ noun 1. a light oil obtained by the distillation of bituminous shale, coal, or peat: once commercially produced chiefly as an illuminant and as a solvent. 2. Biology. a photogenic organ, organism, or substance.
noun 1. (def 1).
[foh-tuh-jel-uh-tin, -uh-tn] /ˌfoʊ təˈdʒɛl ə tɪn, -ə tn/ adjective 1. pertaining to any photographic process in which is used to receive or transfer a print.