Color blindness is a disorder caused by the inability of the eye cone cells to capture a specific color spectrum due to genetic factors.Color blindness is generally caused due to heredity. Other causes include eye nerve damage due to accident or congenital birth. According to one study 5-8% of men and 0.5% of women are born color blind. And 99% of people with color blindness, including dichromacy protanopia and deuteranopia (green dysfunction). So whether you're also color blind?
Color blindness is a genetic disorder / congenital handed down from parents to children, it often also disebaut kelinan sex linked, because the disorder brought by kromosm X. This means that the Y chromosome does not carry color-blind factor. This is what distinguishes between people with color blindness in men and women. seoronga women have the term 'bearer characteristics' This shows there is one X chromosome that carries the nature of color blindness. Women with carrier properties, physically not experience kelalinan color blind as normal women in general. But women with potentially derive the nature of color-blind factor to his future.
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