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THE FLICKER RESPONSE CONTOUR FOR THE ISOPOD ASELLUS
The flicker response contour for the isopod Asellus is a simple probability integral (F - log I) over the whole determinable range (F = 1 to 51). This contrasts with the "distorted" asymmetricalExpand
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THE FLICKER RESPONSE CONTOUR FOR THE CRAYFISH. I.
The F - log I curve for threshold response to visual flicker has been determined for the crayfish Cambarus bartoni. As predicted on the basis of the higher curvature of the optic surface, the flickerExpand
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ON CRITICAL FREQUENCY AND CRITICAL ILLUMINATION FOR RESPONSE TO FLICKERED LIGHT
The curve of mean critical flicker frequency as a function of illumination has been determined for the reaction of the sunfish Lepomis to flicker. It exhibits expected quantitative disagreements withExpand
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FLICKER RESPONSE CONTOURS FOR THE SPARROW, AND THE THEORY OF THE AVIAN PECTEN
The flicker contour for the house sparrow Passer domesticus is duplex, corresponding to the presence of both rods and cones in the retina. The presence of the pecten brings about changes in theExpand
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CRITICAL ILLUMINATION AND FLICKER FREQUENCY, AS A FUNCTION OF FLASH DURATION: FOR THE SUNFISH
From the relations between critical illumination in a flash (Im) and the flash frequency (F) for response of the sunfish to visual flicker when the proportion of light time to dark time (tL/tD) in aExpand
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THE SIMPLEX FLICKER THRESHOLD CONTOUR FOR THE ZEBRA FINCH
The flicker response contour has been determined, with equality of light-dark time ratio, for the diurnal bird the Australian zebra finch. This bird has only cones in the retina. The curve of logExpand
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THE FLICKER RESPONSE CONTOURS FOR GENETICALLY RELATED FISHES. II
The flicker response contour has been determined for several species and types of the teleosts Xiphophorus (X.) and Platypoecilius (P.) under the same conditions. The curve (F vs. log Im) is the sameExpand
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THEORY AND MEASUREMENT OF VISUAL MECHANISMS
Flicker response curves (man) obtained with images formed entirely within the fovea are like those secured with lower animals having only one general class of retinal receptors. They are normalExpand
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A Method of Analysis of Annual Variations of Harbor Water and Earth Temperatures [includes discussion]
In this paper, an analysis is made of the variation of ambienit temperatures of submarine and underground cable installations with respect to time and depth. A method of mathematical analysis of theExpand
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THEORY AND MEASUREMENT OF VISUAL MECHANISMS : IV. CRITICAL INTENSITIES FOR VISUAL FLICKER, MONOCULAR AND BINOCULAR.
Comparison of monocular and binocular critical flash intensities for recognition of flicker, using a centrally fixated square image subtending ca. 6.13 degrees on a side (white light), shows that forExpand
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