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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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As some colour pairings from opposite sides of the hue circle fall on dichromatic confusion lines, a colour deficient observer may place those colours next to one another.
Males, with their single X chromosome, have just one version of this opsin gene, making all of them dichromatic.
Our results support the argument that dichromatic plumage may also be advantageous to flock members by reducing intersexual aggressive encounters (Parsons and Baptista, 1980).
In addition, the LT1448M 16 x 16 dot matrix comes with dichromatic LEDs (both red and yellow-green).
In this species, this partial molt replaced juvenile body, lesser coverts and some median coverts with adult female-like feathers in both sexes, and was quickly followed by a sexually dichromatic complete preformative molt that initiated before the skull ossified (Fig.
If among denominational histories the interaction between Anglo-American and Mexican-American Baptists has not yet been critically analyzed, the works of historians of southern religion are no less dichromatic.
Not bad for an animal with dichromatic vision -- the rough equivalent in humans of being color-blind.
2] loss during ignition at 550[degrees]C for 3h (Broadbent 1965) and soil organic C (SOC) by dichromatic digestion using the Walkley-Black procedure (Nelson and Sommers 1982).
Normal colour vision is dichromatic in this spectral range.
Thresher & Moyer (1983) suggested an inverse relationship between the extent of sexual dichromatism and the complexity of courtship in Pomacentrinae, where courtship is most complex in monochromatic species, least complex in permanent and temporal dichromatic ones, and intermediate in species with ephemeral dichromatism (only displayed during courtship).
v-nigrum does not differ between the sexes, but this species is classified as dichromatic, due to sex-linked frequencies of the alleles of a single gene.