Colour Discrimination

The degree to which one can distinguish subtle differences in colour
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Washington, July 12 ( ANI ): Prenatal and early childhood exposure to the chemical solvent tetrachloroethylene (PCE) found in drinking water may be associated with long-term visual impairments, particularly in the area of colour discrimination, according to a new study.
If you listen to many commentators, it seems that in just a few decades, due to these major appointments, we've experienced the liberalisation of sex for the good of the world, the equalisation of women in our society and now, with the first black President of the USA, the end of colour discrimination.
Race and colour discrimination is one of the most important factors of unemployment, and racial income and employment inequalities are a well-established fact of Brazilian life.
Soccer pundit Ron Atkinson will use his recent experience of being branded a racist to investigate colour discrimination.
Impaired colour discrimination among workers exposed to styrene: relevance of a urinary metabolite.
The couple breathed a huge sigh of relief when their 10-week-old baby Luke tested negative for the condition, which causes degeneration in the part of the eye responsible for vision and colour discrimination.
Trichromatic camera operation is standard on this unit, which allows colour discrimination and mapping in three wavelengths of light, including infrared.
21) The results were then compared with RG thresholds measured with the Colour Discrimination and Diagnosis (CAD) test; this test is performed on a colour calibrated visual display unit and presents stimuli of precise chromaticity and saturation as moving targets within a dynamic background of neutral grey dots that mask luminance contrast.
She admits she was a victim of colour discrimination until she started university.
The Colour Discrimination and Diagnosis (CAD) test presents stimuli of precise chromaticity and saturation as moving targets within a dynamic background of neutral grey dots that mask luminance contrast.
For colour discrimination, most mammals possess two cone populations with two visual pigments (opsins) that have absorption maxima at short wavelengths (S, blue or ultraviolet) and long wavelengths (L, green or red).