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dichromatic

 [di″kro-mat´ik]

di·chro·mat·ic

(dī'krō-mat'ik),
1. Having or exhibiting two colors.
2. Relating to dichromatism (2).

dichromatic

/di·chro·mat·ic/ (di″kro-mat´ik) pertaining to or having dichromatic vision.

di·chro·mat·ic

(dī'krō-mat'ik)
1. Having or exhibiting two colors.
2. Relating to dichromatism (2).

dichromatic

pertaining to or characterized by dichromatism.
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Since polyiodine complexes with a high dichromatic performance are formed in the amorphous regions oriented effectively with boric acid rather than in the crystalline domains in the films, as mentioned above, boric acid is considered to contribute to the substantial increase in the amount of polyiodine complexes and to the high degree of orientation of ones.
In contrast, dichromatic sources, which are the most suitable for photobiologic effects, use materials of differing refractive indices to generate color.
In detail it isn't always convincing--the dichromatic patterning of stones in the pools is a little too artful, the rusted steel footbridge too eccentric but it does constitute a completely parallel world to the hectic one below.
Marie-Christine Soma designed a dichromatic world where the contrast between black and white illustrated the various degrees of threat and unease during the play.
The article also described the dichromatic cone vision of new world monkeys normally resulting from two different opsin genes.
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Dick Evans creates a dichromatic painting with brush strokes similar to Cezanne, but adds a flare of contrast by using the complimentary colors red and green.
2,17-27) Many studies have shown that birds, initially classified as sexually monochromatic, are actually dichromatic when the UV part of the spectrum is considered.
The fluorescence conditions were: excitation filter UV 340-380 nm, dichromatic mirror DM 400 nm, suppression filter LP 425, absorption band AB 435-485 nm and objective lens PL Fluotar 100X/1.
She attached dichromatic beads and hot glued gems, and sprayed her little Frosty - complete with a silk top hat - with a sparkling adhesive.
Adults were monochromatic for part of the year (calico phase) and sexually dichromatic from April to October, with most adult males adopting bright orange snouts (OS phase).
It was possible to determine, through color matching, that when the trichromatic eye saw green, yellow, orange or red, the dichromatic eye saw only yellow.