noun co·pigment \(ˈ)kō+\

Definition of copigment

  1. :  one of a group of colorless or pale substances (as certain tannins and anthoxanthins) that affect the color of flowers by combining with anthocyanins thereby increasing the blue tone of these pigments

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Origin and Etymology of copigment

co- + pigment

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