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The diseases known as Daltonism or colour-blindness, and hmophilia or the bleeding disease, are certainly hereditary.
PARENTHOOD AND RACE CULTURECALEB WILLIAMS SALEEBY
Certain authorities on art are said to regard the great Montalbanais as a victim of daltonism—in other words, colour-blind!
IN THE HEART OF VOSGESMATILDA BETHAM-EDWARDS
Colour-blindness or Daltonism has been recorded (Horner) through the males only of seven generations.
An interesting example is the common type of color blindness known as Daltonism.
PHYSIOLOGYERNEST G. MARTIN
Daltonism, dal′ton-izm, n. colour-blindness: inability to distinguish certain colours.

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