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Actually there are a lot of job fields where a colour blind patient cnt make it, such as graphic design(as expected) and engineering( most of the fields in engineering do not allow colour blind patient to be an engineer even it does really little relation with colour, it's because engineering field always related to someone's life, so it's not suitable to take risk), other thn that there are also occupation like pilot, police, army (law enforcers) and some fields that need a little or much colour specification
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Colorblindness is caused by an anatomical defect of the inner eye. If the eye lacks certain cones, the cells responsible for detecting and relaying colored light, the brain wi…ll not be able to perceive these particular colors, because there is a lack of informational input. Colorblindness has variances, such as red-green colorblindness, which is partial. However, in exceptionally rare cases, it is possible to lack cone cells altogether and be only able to see in black, white, and gray. This is called monochromism and accounts for an extremely small percentage of documented cases of colorblindness. Being colorblind is if you cannot see any colors, like if you were able to see blue, red, green, yellow and so on and so forth, you can't see those colors. The only colors you could see are black and white.
None. But something might appear in about 10 years. Stay tuned. #2 answ: Tests are usually as simple as looking at colored cards. If the card is green but it looks blue t…o you, you are probably color blind. It should be noted, however, that different people can see shades of color differently. It does not always mean they are colorblind. There is no medical treatment for color blindness that is inherited. Some acquired color vision problems can be treated, depending on the cause. Color blindness that is acquired may sometimes be improved by surgery. For example, if you are having trouble seeing colors because of cataracts, surgery to treat the cataracts may improve color vision. If the problem is caused by a side effect of medication, color vision may be improved when that medication is stopped. There may be some things you can do to help compensate for a color vision problem. * Specially tinted contact lenses and eyeglasses may help you see differences between colors. However, these lenses do not provide normal color vision and can distort objects. * Glasses that block glare (with side shields or wide temples) are helpful because people with color vision problems can see differences between colors better when there is less glare and brightness. A person with color vision problems can actually see better when the lighting is not bright. * If you do not see color at all and rely on rod cells for vision (rod monochromatism), you may need to wear tinted or dark glasses with side shields, because rod cells work better in dim light. You may also need corrective lenses (glasses or contact lenses) because vision using only the rod cells is less clear and sharp. Color vision problems cannot be prevented. http://www.webmd.com/eye-health/tc/color-blindness-treatment-overview
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Simply, because no employer will give me an opportunity to be gainfully employed.
I believe a small percentage of women can be colour blind but it is more usual that the female carries the defective gene & passes it on to her male offspring but does n…ot suffer the condition herself. For example, i am colour blind but my mother was not & my mothers brother wasn't either which shows it can from my grand father through my mother to me. If i have a daughter she wont be colour blind but if she has a son then he will be. It seems to skip a generation! Now it's that simple lol. Tom
Cats can identify in the ranges of purple, blue, green, and yellow. Red, orange, and brown most likely appear dark or gray to them. In addition, cats see things …in much less saturation, meaning cats do not see things as intensively or vibrantly. Some studies have suggested that color is not very important to cats (possibly because of the "less saturation" bit, though that's purely a guess on my part). They can, eventually, learn to choose between different colors in order to obtain a treat, but they don't seem to grasp the concept very quickly.
If you're a teen looking for a job good luck! Teens are basically still kids and they want someone with experience and who is responsible! But try looking for one at at fas…t food restaurant The reason why you can't get a job is because a lot of people can't get jobs right now. There isn't enough money in the economy to sustain our entire population. A lot of good workers are being laid off because the company they work for simply can't pay them enough. Plus, minimum wage just went up, so it will likely be that fewer people will get hired for a while. I am a full time college student and the father of two little boys and have been unable to get a job. Correction, I have a job, but am laid off due to lack of work to do. And, I work for a very prestigious company that everyone in the world knows about. Not Wal-mart, or McDonalds.. I said "prestigious". If anyone is hiring, they want someone that is a) experienced in that field and b) likely to stay with that company for a while. They don't want to train someone who has no experience, and they don't want to hire someone for a few months until they find something more suited for them. Being a college student is a catch-22 for me. I am experienced, but because I'm working on my degree and am seeking work outside my educational experience, they feel that I am only looking to work for them until something better comes along. I can't disagree with them there. There are a lot of factors and those two issues are probably numbers one and two on the employers list of reasons. And, if you're a teen, you're less likely to get hired because you probably don't have either the education or the experience, both of which are important. Stay in school if you are, and you can work on finding a job later. Enjoy yourself while you can.
I am colour blind and yet I can see colours, at least I think I can. Confused?, you should try it from my side. My problem is, I could ask you 'what is it like not to be colou…r blind'. Very few people are actually 100% without any colour vision, most have trouble in just one section of the colour chart. My own is red/green, now in my opinion I can see the difference in the stop/go of traffic lights or any other way.When I was a little boy in the UK at the end of WW2 a Labour government came to power and with it, social medicine. Free health for all. Various health people came to our schools and subjected us all to who knows what tests,prodded and poked like stock in a saleyard. With our Mothers in tow we went from one to another. I arrived at the room for eyes, I had A1+ vision,great. Then they produced a book with many pages of coloured spots and asked me to read out the numbers in the middle of each page.'What numbers' I said, confused and a little scared. My Mother looked at me in wide eyed wonder and began to prompt.'No prompting Mrs. Jones' said the man in the white coat. My Mum could have prompted 'till she went blue . I could see no numbers. So they put me down as 'colour blind'. In the last sixty years I have had that test a number of times, I never see any numbers and they always put me down as colour blind, and I never believe them. I still go around 'seeing' colours, or do I
Not entirely. They are dichromatic (?) where they can see only blue and yellow.
I dont think so, but they dont have very good vision, the ones with the black/dark brown eyes can see much better than the ones with the red eyes (albino's)
They most certainly can. All humans have the risk of being born or becoming colorblind.
Yes in fact colorblindness is related to genetics. Colorblindness is a sex (gender) linked disorder. In order to find out how colorblindness is inherited you must first kn…ow a little bit about sex linked genes. Every person has 2 sets of gene for each trait (one set comes from your mom and one set comes from your dad) except when it comes down to genes found on your 22 chromosome ( or sex chromosomes) The X sex chromosome is bigger than the Y chromosome and thus holds a few extra genes on it. In females because they have two X chromosomes they still have two of every gene. However, in males they only have one X and therefore they only have one set of the genes that are only found on the X chromosome and not the Y. Colorblindness is one of these genes. It is also a recessive gene found on the X chromosome. Because females have two X's they are not likely to become colorblind. This is because in most cases a female will inherit the gene for colorblindness in one X and a gene for normal vision on the other X. But because males only have one X, if they have the gene for colorblindness they do not have another gene to dominate this one and therefore become colorblind. In order for a male to become colorblind his mother should be either colorblind or a carrier for colorblindness, as a male gets his X chromosome from his mother.
im pretty sure not but it might be like an eye specialist or someone in that field
Only 1 person in the world has ever been documented as Completely Color Blind. However, many people are partially color blind, this is caused by mutations in DNA, the same way… that mutations can cause other defects it can cause color blindness. The most common color blindness is Red-Green which occurs in about 6% of males. Color blindness is associated with the X chromosome and therefore occurs much more often in males then females.
In Animal Life
some dogs,nocturnal birds such s owls,some reptiles,whales and seals,some stingray's,bulls and deers can't see the colour orange.
In Men's Health
The answer to this question is from the medical perspective No. Men do see colors. But I feel this question is being asked no in the strictest definition of Can Men see color …but why are men less able to see the difference in colors that most women experience. The difference is in the makeup and percentage of rods and cones. males having a slight increase in rods vs cones. Mes see movement better and have a slight increase in night vision. Women as a contrast have a slight increase in the number of cones the color receptor. Thus the more refined ability to distinguish one color vs another color. These variations are slight and one man may be more color adept that one woman this is just a generalization over a large group.