protan

protan 

Person who has either protanopia or protanomaly.
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Deteccion de daltonismos tipo protan utilizando un monitor de television convencional [Detection of protan defects using a common TV screen].
Farnsworth D-15 dichotomous test is a colour blindness test, is a quick and convenient test for routine clinical use to differentiate between protan (Figure 4), deutan (Figure 5) and tritan (Figure 6) colour vision deficiencies and calculate an approximate severity of colour blindness.
c/ It cannot differentiate between protan and deutan defects
Patients with an average macular thickness of 270 (males) and 274 (females) showed protan and deuteran colour defect.
No participant produced protan or deuteran errors in any test.
Mediante enganos, haciendo alarde de la posesion de una supuesta tecnologia innovadora, patentada en mayo de 2006, Morales Cervantes, representante de la empresa Protan, S.
Protan jelly coated mackerel made history by being the first frozen food product used by the Horn & Hardart restaurant chain in its world-famous Automats.
In addition, any study that looks at detection rather than recognition as the participant's task will be more likely to demonstrate the loss of red sensitivity of the protan.
According to Protan, the result is a continuous, detailed picture of the tunnel atmosphere and the ventilation system.
The thumb is used with the same function in the sign for a large book like the epistolary (10)--"mon wecge his hand and wyrce crystelmael on his heafde foran mid his puman" ['one moves one's hand and makes the sign of the cross on the front of one's head with one's thumb']--while the little finger is an important component for the signs applied to smaller books like the hymnal (33)--"mon waecge bradlinga his hand and raere up his litlan finger" ['one moves one's hand sideways and holds up one's little finger']--and the small martyrology (45): "wege pu pine hand and lege pine scyte finger ofer pine protan and raer up pinne litlan finger" ['move your hand and lay your index finger over your throat, and raise your little finger'].