dichromatic


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dichromatic

(ˌdaɪkrəʊˈmætɪk)
adj
1. (General Physics) Also: dichroic having or consisting of only two colours
2. (Zoology) (of animal species) having two different colour varieties that are independent of sex and age
3. (Colours) able to perceive only two (instead of three) primary colours and the mixes of these colours
dichromatism n
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di•chro•mat•ic

(ˌdaɪ kroʊˈmæt ɪk, -krə-)

adj.
1. Also, dichroic. having or showing two colors; dichromic.
2. (of members of a species) exhibiting two color phases that are unrelated to age or sex.
[1840–50]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.dichromatic - of or relating to dichromatism
2.dichromatic - having two colorsdichromatic - having two colors; "a bicolor flower"; "a bicolored postage stamp"
coloured, colorful - having color or a certain color; sometimes used in combination; "colored crepe paper"; "the film was in color"; "amber-colored heads of grain"
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And it looks to the future with Monira Al Qadiri's dichromatic sculptures made from drill heads, which link the pearl diving heritage of the region with the current oil economy and a future when oil drilling equipment will become relics of the past in museums.
Remarkably, this increase of the CNR was not connected with a significant increase in the chemical oxygen demand by dichromatic consumption (CODCr) at high WL (34.2 [+ or -] 1.42 mg O [L.sup.-1]) and at low WL (30.6 [+ or -] 0.84 mg O [L.sup.-1]).
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The filter used for the acquisition was I3 consisting in a 450-490 nm bandpass excitation filter, a 510 nm dichromatic mirror, and a 515 nm suppression filter.
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Although many have embraced the binary as a valuable tool for framing contemporary discussions about race relations, several legal scholars have decried the dichromatic model as inaccurately representing the nation's numerous and varied racial and ethnic groups.
We set out to test these hypotheses in the House Sparrow (Passer domesticus), a small (~30 g), sexually dichromatic, socially monogamous, multi-brooded, nonmigratory passerine common around areas of human settlement where it nests semi-colonially in a variety of cavities and crevices (Summers-Smith, 1988).