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trichromatic

, trichromic
1. Photog Printing involving the combination of three primary colours in the production of any colour
2. of, relating to, or having normal colour vision
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It enables to identify pseudoprotanomaly and extreme anomalous trichromacy. The equation of zone is within normal limits if Q [less than or equal to] 1.30 at the green end and Q [greater than or equal to] 0.70 at the red end of the green-red scale.
For example, jumping spiders appear to exhibit remarkable diversity in the spectral sensitivities of their principal eyes, ranging from UV-green dichromacy through trichromacy to tetrachromacy (Blest et al., 1981; Yamashita, 1985; Zurek et al., 2015).
Anomalous trichromacy involves reduced sensitivity to one of the three cone pigments and includes protanomaly, deuteranomaly and tritanomaly in which the spectral sensitivity of the red, green and blue cone receptors is altered.
All types of red-green deficiency are caused by loss of a photopigment gene needed for normal trichromacy. (3) L and M genes are highly homologous and cross-over events readily occur during meiosis when paternal and maternal X chromosomes exchange part of their material.
Uc rengi kusurlu gorme (anomalous trichromacy) ise, kiside temel renklere duyarli uc hucre grubu oldugu; fakat bir koni grubu ile renk ayirt edilmesinde sorun yasanan durumu ifade eder.
* What is the incidence of partial color blindness (especially anomalous trichromacy) among stain examiners?
The experiment was not properly designed to test trichromacy, and does not provide evidence for its support.
Establishing the trichromacy of vision also proved amenable to this
The alpha subunit of transducin is encoded by GNAT2 [23], and evidence shows that GNAT2 is involved in diseases such as achromatopsia [24] and oligocone trichromacy [25].
Berman and Clear highlight what they believe to be errors in our statistical analyses and misunderstandings in our application of trichromacy.
Steward and Cole (1) carried out a survey to assess the difficulties that are reported by colour deficient observers and concluded that anomalous trichromacy is a nuisance but dichromacy is a serious problem.
Furthermore, other scientists have found some surprising possible consequences of the evolution of trichromacy. Several research teams have recently reported genetic evidence that human ancestors' sense of smell began to deteriorate at about the same time that they developed trichromacy.