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Magnetic LAnthony 15 desaturated Kit (4 lbs)

Description: Magnets move the color disks, Protects Disks from fingerprints, Keeps all the disks in one place, Clear glass insures accurate color perception, Makes Color testing fun....
Company:Richmond Products, Inc.

L'Anthony's Desaturated 15 Hue Test

Description: The L'Anthony 15 disc test (P/N LD15C) include a durable laminated score template for copying, and comprehensive instructions. P/N LD15C also includes a Plexiglas Case and a supply of finger tip covers for the test subjects fingers ( to maintain cleanliness and accuracy of the color discs). Beware ...
Company:Richmond Products, Inc.

L'Anthony D15

Description:... For many years, anyone using the Farnsworth D15, L'Anthony desaturated test or Farnsworth 100 Hue has complained about how patients cannot avoid touching the color disks with the result that the test kits become unusable....
Company:Richmond Products, Inc.

Farnsworth D15

Description:...d to indicate color deficiency quickly and easily. The Farnsworth D15 test is used to separate Medium and Strong color defect vs Normal. The L'Anthony desaturated test is much more difficult and is used to separate mild deficiency from Normal. Both of these tests provide basic color testing for color sensitive ...
Company:Richmond Products, Inc.
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New success in engineering plant oils

...urces could help reduce dependence on petroleum. Conversely, methods to increase the activity of KASII, and therefore the production of 18-carbon desaturated plant oils, may provide a useful strategy to limit the accumulation of saturated fatty acids in edible oils, leading to more healthful nutrition. ...
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