J.D. Robinson

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Introduction Normal color vision depends on the relative rates at which photons are absorbed in three types of retinal cones, which have peak sensitivities in different regions of the spectrum. The shortwave (S), middle-wave (M) and long-wave (L) cones are maximally sensitive near 430, 530 and 560 nm respectively. However, some 6% of men exhibit a variant(More)
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