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met·a·mer·ic

(met'ă-mer'ik),
1. Relating to or showing metamerism, or occurring in a metamere.
2. Referring to a metamer.

met·a·mer·ic

(met-ă-mer'ik)
Relating to or showing metamerism, or occurring in a metamere.

metamerism

(mĕ-tăm′ĕr-ĭzm)
1. Isomerism.
2. Isomerism consisting of segments or metameres.
metameric (mĕt-ă-mĕr′ĭk), adjective

metameric

of or pertaining to metamerism.
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Other reference and test conditions may be chosen but it is assumed that a metameric pair matches exactly under the reference condition.
The CRI has been calculated as the average colour shift of selected eight Munsell samples under replacing of a reference light source by the metameric WLL [6].
Hippocampus, displays a unique structural arrangement of the axial skeleton compared to the basic organization of teleosts, with changes in the relationships of the metameric elements (Rauther; Hale, 1996).
The genesis for the hypotheses described herein can be traced to studies by Thornton [Thornton, 1992a-c, 1997] and Houser and his colleagues [Houser and Hu, 2004; Houser and others, 2004], who conducted experiments on the brightness perception of metameric stimuli with a focus on tri-band illuminants emphasizing the spectral regions at or near 450, 530, and 610 nm.
In the head region of common lancelets Branchiostoma, the peripheral nerves show a metameric pattern similar to that of the cranial nerves in vertebrates; in addition, they show specific asymmetric innervation patterns (Franz, 1923; Kaji et al.
Just Normlicht's color control professional light systems are designed for assessing color consistency and undesirable metameric effect.
the production of rather independent metameric units that consist of a node-internode, functional racemes, and subtending leaf evenly distributed within the canopy, can account for a finer tuning between plant growth and setting of seed in soybean.
Metameric and continuum or process morphology approaches do not appear to be very helpful in these broadly comparative discussions (cf.
A very frequent mode of morphological innovation is the differentiation of repeated elements (Weiss 1990; Muller and Wagner 1991), for instance the differentiation of metameric segments at the origin of insects (Akam et al.
The 1990 work of Berman and his colleagues [Berman and others, 1990] made use of lighting conditions that were approximately metameric.
Accordingly, polychaete and oligochaete annelids form their metameric muscle units in a strict anterior-posterior progression (Hill and Boyer, 2001; Seaver et al.
18-1 Microspectrophotometer Set-up and Operation 18-2 Acquiring Spectra From Single Fibers 18-3 Acquiring Known Spectral Sets and Comparing Spectral Curves 18-4 Examining Metameric Fibers