Hering theory of color vision

He·ring the·o·ry of col·or vis·ion

(her'ing),
that there are three opponent visual processes: blue-yellow, red-green, and white-black.

Her·ing the·o·ry of col·or vis·ion

(her'ing thē'ŏr-ē kŏl'ŏr vizh'ŭn)
That there are three opponent visual processes: blue-yellow, red-green, and white-black.

Hering,

Karl E.K., German physiologist, 1834-1918.
canal of Hering - a ductule occurring between a bile canaliculus and an interlobular bile duct. Synonym(s): cholangiole
Hering test - a test of binocular vision.
Hering theory of color vision - that there are three opponent visual processes: blue-yellow, red-green, and white-black.
Semon-Hering theory - see under Semon, Richard W
Traube-Hering curves - see under Traube
Traube-Hering waves - Synonym(s): Traube-Hering curves