Armando R Trujillo

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Hue-discrimination functions were derived from hue-naming data (480-620 nm, 20 nm steps) obtained in 4 min intervals from 4 min to 28 min postbleach at 10° temporal retinal eccentricity. Hue-naming data were also obtained in the fovea. Hue-discrimination functions derived at the 4, 8, and 12 min intervals were very similar to those derived in the fovea. As(More)
In this study, we examined the effects of water deficit on the elongation of radicles of maize seedlings and on the accumulation of solutes in the radicle apices of two maize varieties: VS-22 (tolerant) and AMCCG-2 (susceptible). Sections of radicle corresponding to the first 2 mm of the primary roots were marked with black ink, and the seedlings were(More)
BACKGROUND Studies investigating the effect of rods on unique hue loci in the peripheral retina generally obtain measures at two time points associated with the dark adaptation function - the cone plateau and the rod plateau. In comparison, this study used a color-naming procedure to identify the loci of unique green and unique yellow as a function of time(More)
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