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Color perception under chromatic adaptation: equilibrium yellow and long-wavelength adaptation.Academic Article Why?
The genetics of human adaptation: hard sweeps, soft sweeps, and polygenic adaptation.Academic Article Why?
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Local Adaptations in HumansGrant Why?
Cone phototransduction and growth of the ERG b-wave during light adaptation.Academic Article Why?
Genetic evidence for adaptation-driven incipient speciation of Drosophila melanogaster along a microclimatic contrast in "Evolution Canyon," Israel.Academic Article Why?
A central binocular mechanism affects chromatic adaptation.Academic Article Why?
Adaptation - not by sweeps alone.Academic Article Why?
Adaptation and constraint in the evolution of the mammalian backbone.Academic Article Why?
Adaptation in hair cells.Academic Article Why?
Adaptation to removable prosthesis: a clinical report.Academic Article Why?
Adaptations to local environments in modern human populations.Academic Article Why?
Chromatic induction: border contrast or adaptation to surrounding light?Academic Article Why?
Color perception under chromatic adaptation: "supersensitivity" with dim backgrounds.Academic Article Why?
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