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Functional parts of the rods and cones, which are two of the three types of photosensitive cells in the retina
Functional parts of the rods and cones, which are two of the three types of photosensitive cells in the retina
Illustration of the distribution of cone cells in the fovea of an individual with normal color vision (left), and a color blind (protanopic) retina. N
Illustration of the distribution of cone cells in the fovea of an individual with normal color vision (left), and a color blind (protanopic) retina. Note that the center of the fovea holds very few blue-sensitive cones.
The absorption of light leads to an isomeric change in the retinal molecule.
The absorption of light leads to an isomeric change in the retinal molecule.
Image: Rod&Cone
Image: Rod&Cone
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The absorption of light leads to an isomeric change in the retinal molecule.
The absorption of light leads to an isomeric change in the retinal molecule.