chro·mato·blast (kro-matґo-blast) [chromato- + -blast] a cell that can become a chromatophore, or bearer of pigment.

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  • Chromatophore — Zebrafish chromatophores mediate background adaptation on exposure to dark (top) and light environments (bottom). Chromatophores are pigment containing and light reflecting cells found in amphibians, fish, reptiles, crustaceans, and cephalopods.… …   Wikipedia

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