deuteranomaly

(doo″tәr-ә-nom┬┤ә-le) an inherited disorder of color vision, caused by a gene located on the X chromosome, in which a person has all three of the retinal pigments in the cones, but the sensivity of the green-sensitive cones is decreased. It is the most common type of color vision deficiency.
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deuteranomaly

A form of anomalous trichromatism due to a defect of the green-sensitive retinal cones. ... Origin: G. Deuteros, second, + anomalia, anomaly ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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deuteranomaly

deuteranomaly A partial form of deuteranopia, in which the individual has a reduced ability to perceive green.
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deuteranomaly

Type: Term Pronunciation: dū′tĕr-ă-nom′ă-lē Definitions: 1. A form of anomalous trichromatism due to a defect of the green-sensitive retinal cones.
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