|sunlight-catalyzed air pollution||photochemical smog|
|(Biology) concerning photosynthesis, pertaining to the use of sunlight to produce carbohydrates (esp. in plants)||photosynthetic|
|(Biology) organism that uses sunlight to produce food (such as plants and algae)||phototroph|
|(Biology) process of using sunlight to produce carbohydrates (esp. in plants), carbohydrate production using light and chlorophyll||photosynthesis|
|(Biology) via photosynthesis, by using sunlight to produce carbohydrates (esp. in plants)||photosynthetically|
|(Biology, Sociology) study of the relationship between organisms and their environment (especially pertaining to issues such as pollution), human ecology, relationship between an organism and the environment, study of organisms and the environment||ecology|
|, sunny room, room designed to admit a large amount of sunlight, sun lounge, sun parlor||sunroom|
|acceptor, receiver, one who takes in; sensor which receives stimuli (in the nervous system), receiver of pollution, receiving device, sensitive nerve ending, specific cell binding site or molecule||receptor|
|act of contaminating something, alteration of word or phrase, pollution, something which contaminates; spreading of impurities; infection (by a disease), something that contaminates||contamination|
|arc of bands of color, bow, bright multicolored sight, colorful arc seen in the sky after a rainstorm (caused by sunlight shining through water droplets suspended in the air), false hope, multicolored arc in sky, varied assortment, with many different ...||rainbow|
|area out of direct sunlight, cast a shadow upon; dim, darken; screen, hide from view; protect from light; cover with a shade; add shading to; change gradually, change in small degrees, change slightly or gradually, dark parts of painting, darken part o...||shade|
|biological oxygen demand, measure of water pollution||biochemical oxygen demand|
|blink, reflected light from ice field, yellowish blinding light in the sky caused by sunlight reflected from an ice field ; ice cliff along the coast||iceblink|
|bone-softening disease, childhood disease characterized by soft and deformed bones caused by malnutrition and inadequate exposure to sunlight (Medicine), rachitis||rickets|
|cheerful, full of sunlight, full of sunshine, illuminated by the sun, filled with sunlight; cheerful, pleasant, merry||sunny|
|contaminant, material that soils or dirties, something causing pollution||pollutant|
|damage by overexposing to sunlight (of a photographic negative); expose to the effects of the sun, overexpose, overexpose to sunlight||solarize|
|daybreak, daytime, light of day, public awareness, sunlight, visible gap||daylight|
|dirt, grime, pollution; obscenity, vulgarity; corruption, foul dirt, morally objectionable material||filth|
|earthlight, sunlight reflected from the Earth onto the Moon, sunlight reflected from the earth to the dark part of the moon,||earthshine|
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