interocular distance


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interocular distance

The distance between the centers of rotation of the eyeballs of an individual or between the oculars of optical instruments.
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com) for the following body parts: body length, clypeus to cuneus length, head width, interocular distance, length of antennal segments I and II, pronotum length and width.
After collection, fish were evaluated for sex, total length, total weight, widest head width, interocular distance, gonadosomatic index, gonad weight, egg count, tubercle count, and tubercle score.
With controls for interocular distance and convergence between the virtual cameras in the graphics scene, graphics can be placed anywhere in 3D space, and graphic objects appear remarkably real.
We recorded morphometric measurements including the interocular distance (IOD), mantle length (ML), and wet weight, as well as any identifying marks for each individual.
Of these, eight were significantly bigger in the males: the snout-vent length, the width, the length and the high of head, the interocular distance, femur's length, tibio-fibula's length and the tail's length.
4]; 4% paraformaldehyde), dehydrated in methanol, and assessed for effects on body shape (abnormal dorsal curvature), body length, interocular distance, melanocyte differentiation, and apoptosis.
With the Baader and Tele Vue models you change the interocular distance by twisting the two halves, just as with conventional binoculars.
Leder and Bruce (1998) found that the distinctiveness ratings and recognition of faces made more distinct by changing interocular distance or mouth position were more reduced by inversion than those of faces altered by changing eyebrow or lip appearance.