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 Are flies colorblind?

Answer Flies can see colors. According to postdoctoral fellow Javier Morante and Professor Claude Desplan of NYU's Center for Developmental Genetics, the fruit fly Drosophila achieves color vision by usin... Read More »
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Why Are Female Fruit Flies Bigger Than Male Fruit Flies?

Fruit flies, or drosophila melanogaster, are tiny insects that are often used for scientific research. The name fruit fly came about because the insects are often found surrounding rotting fruit or... Read More »
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Who is more likely to be colorblind?

Colorblindness is a relatively common ailment. Most who have it suffer from red-green colorblindness, in which they cannot distinguish between the colors red and green. Some types of people are sta... Read More »
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Can you fly if you are colorblind?

According to the Federal Aviation Administration, a pilot must be able to distinguish colors necessary for safe flight. In the event that a pilot cannot pass a standard visual exam, an alternative ... Read More »
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What's it like to be colorblind?

People who are colorblind can still see colors. There is usually a specific color they can't see like red or green and it appears to them as Brown usually. The condition varies from person to per... Read More »
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