trichromacy


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trichromacy

 [tri-kro´mah-se]
anomalous trichromacy anomalous trichromatic vision.

trichromacy

/tri·chro·ma·cy/ trichromatic vision.

trichromacy

[tri-kro′mah-se]
trichromatic vision.
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If trichromacy is correct that result cannot as the authors claim ".
An even more direct example of the author's confusion regarding trichromacy and prime colors is their statement in section 4.
Hence the conclusion of the authors' that the study failed to show any of the hypothesized effect of spectrum or the pRGC's on brightness perception or that the results are consistent with trichromacy remains equivocal.
Trichromacy, while imperfect at explaining all visual phenomena, explains a great deal of visual phenomena in applied lighting.
FOOD FIGHT Dominy doesn't reject the notion that trichromacy can help primates find some fruits that ripen to a reddish or yellow hue.
The major challenge to the hypothesis that trichromacy evolved for finding fruit emerged in 1996, when Gerald H.
He and Lucas reported the data in 2001, claiming confirmation that trichromacy originally evolved for picking out the most nutritious leaves and not for finding ripe fruit.
LOSING BY A NOSE Even as vision researchers wrestle over why trichromacy evolved, other investigators have linked its development in primates to a decline in another sensory system: smell.
Measures that are unconnected to trichromacy and the opponent-colors model, such as CCT, the S/P ratio, [P.