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The occurrence of differently coloured patches, spots, or streaks in plant leaves, petals, or other parts, due to absence of pigment or different combinations of pigment in the affected area of the part. Variegation may be brought about by infection, for example tobacco mosaic virus infection, or by genetic differences between the cells of the variegated part.

Subjects: Biological Sciences.

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