deuteranomaly
noun see deuteranomalous

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Deuteranomaly — Colorblindness of the red green type, also known as deuteranopia or Daltonism. The term Daltonism is derived from the name of the chemist and physicist, John Dalton (1766 1844). Dalton was born in a village in Cumberland, England where his father …   Medical dictionary

  • deuteranomaly —    see deutanomaly …   Dictionary of Hallucinations

  • deuteranomaly — n. visual disorder in which the retina does not respond to the color green …   English contemporary dictionary

  • deuteranomaly — deu·ter·anomaly …   English syllables

  • deuteranomaly — “+ noun ( es) Etymology: New Latin deuteranomalia, from deuter (I) + Latin anomalia anomaly : trichromatism in which an abnormally large proportion of green is required to match the spectrum compare protanomaly, trichromat …   Useful english dictionary

  • Color blindness — Colorblind and Colourblind redirect here. For other uses, see Colorblind (disambiguation). Color blindness or color deficiency Classification and external resources An 1895 illustration of normal vision and various kinds of color blindness …   Wikipedia

  • Daltonism — Colorblindness of the red green type (also known as deuteranopia or deuteranomaly). The term Daltonism is derived from the name of the chemist and physicist, John Dalton (1766 1844). Dalton was born in a village in Cumberland, England where his… …   Medical dictionary

  • Dichromacy — Classification and external resources ICD 10 H53.5 ICD 9 368.5 O …   Wikipedia

  • trichromatism — The state of being trichromatic. [tri + G. chroma, color] anomalous t. a defect in color perception in which there appears to be an abnormality or deficiency in one of the three primary pigments of the retinal cones. See …   Medical dictionary

  • deutan — deu·tan (dooґtən) 1. pertaining to deuteranomaly or deuteranopia. 2. a person with deuteranomaly or deuteranopia …   Medical dictionary

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