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Content:
Chapter 1 Chairman's commencing feedback (pages 1–2): zero. E. Lowenstein
Chapter 2 The Clustering of Fish visible Pigments round Discrete Spectral Positions, and Its touching on Chemical constitution (pages 3–26): H. J. A. Dartnall and J. N. Lythgoe
Chapter three model of visible Pigments to the Photic atmosphere (pages 27–51): F. W. Munz
Chapter four Rods and Cones?A clean technique (pages 52–88): Christopher Pedler
Chapter five Duality within the Retina (pages 89–109): E. N. Willmer
Chapter 6 The Synaptology of the Retina (pages 110–151): Fritriof S. Sjostrand
Chapter 7 cartoon of the current place color imaginative and prescient of the Young?Helmholtz conception of color imaginative and prescient (pages 152–177): B. H. Crawford
Chapter eight mobile Mechanisms of a Young?Hering visible process (pages 178–203): G. Svaetichin, okay. Negishi and R. Fatehchand
Chapter nine remark (pages 203–207): Leo H. Hurvich and Dorothea Jameson
Chapter 10 visible Pigments of unmarried Cones (pages 208–217): W. B. Marks
Chapter eleven The Retinex (pages 217–227): Edwin H. Land
Chapter 12 The Genetics of color Blindness (pages 228–248): R. W. Pickford
Chapter thirteen After?Images as a way of Investigating Rods and Cones (pages 249–264): C. A. Padgham
Chapter 14 normal dialogue on Theories of color imaginative and prescient and Human color imaginative and prescient (pages 265–285):
Chapter 15 The Physiological foundation of color imaginative and prescient in Honeybees (pages 286–300): H. Autrum
Chapter sixteen The Spectral Sensitivity and visible Pigment content material of the Retina of Gekko gekko (pages 301–324): Frederick Crescitelli
Chapter 17 color Discrimination in Cats (pages 325–371): Donald R. Meyer and Roy A. Anderson

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