L PEDL PE D E C F D F C D FC2Z COLOR BLINDNESS Deficiency in the way you see color
Buying fruit Picking clothingReading traffic signals
Blue and yellow
Blue and yellow Red and Green
WHAT CAUSES COLOR BLINDNESS?
When light sensitive cells in the retina fail to respond to variations in wavelengths of light
Photoreceptor cell Retina Rods Cones
Photoreceptor cell Retina Rods Cones Cone cell Rod cell 100 million
Photoreceptor cell Retina Rods Cones Fovea Cone cell Rod cell 6-7 million 100 million
The most common cause of Color blindness is an inherited fault in the development of one or more of the three sets of color sensing cones in the eye Mother Carrier of Colour Blind Gene Father Colour Blind XY X)X Daughter Colour Blind Daughter Colour Blind Gene Carrier Son Not Colour Blind Son Colour Blind XY (X) Y XiX X) X 50% Chance of Sons being Colour Blind 50% Chance of Daughters being either Colour Blind or a Colour Blind Gene Carier
As the genes responsible for the most common forms of color blindness are on the X chromosomes. female male
Much more rarely, a person may inherit a trait that reduces the ability to see blue and yellow hues.
CMDTR If you develop color vision problem when normally you have been able to see a full range of color, then you definitely should visit your doctor. 3.75 E CN VOHD