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The ratio of L cones to M cones in the human parafoveal retina.

Nerger JL, Cicerone CM.

Vision Res. 1992 May;32(5):879-88.

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Foveal cone thresholds.

Vimal RL, Pokorny J, Smith VC, Shevell SK.

Vision Res. 1989;29(1):61-78.

PMID:
2773337
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Sensitivity of human foveal color mechanisms throughout the life span.

Werner JS, Steele VG.

J Opt Soc Am A. 1988 Dec;5(12):2122-30.

PMID:
3230481
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Foveal cone detection statistics in color-normals and dichromats.

Wesner MF, Pokorny J, Shevell SK, Smith VC.

Vision Res. 1991;31(6):1021-37.

PMID:
1858318
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Relative number of long- and middle-wavelength-sensitive cones in the human fovea.

Krauskopf J.

J Opt Soc Am A Opt Image Sci Vis. 2000 Mar;17(3):510-6.

PMID:
10708032
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L and M cone relative numerosity and red-green opponency from fovea to midperiphery in the human retina.

Otake S, Cicerone CM.

J Opt Soc Am A Opt Image Sci Vis. 2000 Mar;17(3):615-27.

PMID:
10708043
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Isolation of the middle- and long-wavelength-sensitive cones in normal trichromats.

Stockman A, MacLeod DI, Vivien JA.

J Opt Soc Am A Opt Image Sci Vis. 1993 Dec;10(12):2471-90.

PMID:
8301402
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Functional consequences of the relative numbers of L and M cones.

Brainard DH, Roorda A, Yamauchi Y, Calderone JB, Metha A, Neitz M, Neitz J, Williams DR, Jacobs GH.

J Opt Soc Am A Opt Image Sci Vis. 2000 Mar;17(3):607-14. Erratum in: J Opt Soc Am A Opt Image Sci Vis 2000 Sep;17(9):following 1683.

PMID:
10708042
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The density of cones in the fovea centralis of the human dichromat.

Cicerone CM, Nerger JL.

Vision Res. 1989;29(11):1587-95.

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Color fusion and flicker fusion frequencies using tritanopic pairs.

Nakano Y, Kaiser PK.

Vision Res. 1992 Aug;32(8):1417-23.

PMID:
1455715
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Adaptational effects of short wave cone signals on red-green chromatic detection.

Stromeyer CF 3rd, Lee J.

Vision Res. 1988;28(8):931-40.

PMID:
3250088
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How well does color perimetry isolate responses from individual cone mechanisms?

Simunovic MP, Cullerne A, Colley A, Wilson TD.

J Glaucoma. 2004 Feb;13(1):22-7.

PMID:
14704539
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Short-wavelength cones contribute to achromatic sensitivity.

Drum B.

Vision Res. 1983;23(12):1433-9.

PMID:
6666044
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Distribution and development of short-wavelength cones differ between Macaca monkey and human fovea.

Bumsted K, Hendrickson A.

J Comp Neurol. 1999 Jan 25;403(4):502-16.

PMID:
9888315
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L and M cone input into spectral sensitivity functions: a reanalysis.

Kalloniatis M, Pianta MJ.

Vision Res. 1997 Mar;37(6):799-811.

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