color phase


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color phase

[′kəl·ər ‚fāz]
(communications)
The difference in phase between components (I or Q) of a chrominance signal and the chrominance-carrier reference in a color television receiver.
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Not only good bears but also a rainbow selection of color phases.
In addition, differences in distribution were reported across sex, where females, regardless of color phase, were subtidally distributed as opposed to males, which showed the clear zonation pattern described here (Crothers 1968, Reid & Aldrich 1989, McGaw & Naylor 1992a, 1992b, Hunter & Naylor 1993, Warman et al.
I have yet to find another reference to a leucistic fox squirrel, but blond is a known color phase. In The Old Man and the Boy, Robert Ruark mentioned a dirty blond fox squirrel he and the Old Man spotted at nearby Southport, N.C.
It doesn't have the number of bears that the other states listed here have, but there are a lot of unpressured, color phase bears.
Normally, skewing or desynchronizing of RGB signal color phase occurs over such large distances, causing an undesirable image.
The GSI and standard length of collected ripe males were compared by color phase using a MannWhitney test, because data did not conform to the assumptions of parametric analyses.
The cat is commonly known as a cougar, mountain lion or puma natural tawny color, or panther in its black color phase. The survival of this great cat in states east of the Mississippi River has become one of the greatest wildlife mysteries of this century."
Great time and effort was put into the color phase of the project.
The gray color phase described for the species represents a special type of dichromatism, associated only with winter pelage and of only regional occurrence in Texas.
Whether it's maturity, size, or unique color phase, Ryan's area has it.
However, a blue color phase of perch has been reported in many northern states and Canada.