opponent

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opponent

Anatomy
1. an opponent muscle
2. (of a muscle) bringing two parts into opposition
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These WTA models were used to simulate cortical red-green and blue/yellow hue opponency, by driving the simulated cortical neurons with firing rate data from real primate thalamic wavelength-dependent neurons.
Breslin, "Opponency of astringent and fat sensations," Current Biology, vol.
Democracy and cultural diversity are the two coordinates that had a decisive role in the opponency of the nation state to the supranational governing.