Structural differences of cone ‘oil-droplets’ in the light and dark adapted retina ofPoecilia reticulata P.
- Yvette W. KunzAffiliated withDepartment of Zoology, University College
- , Christina WiseAffiliated withDepartment of Zoology, University College
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The vast majority of ‘oil-droplets’ in the dark and light-adapted retinal twin-cones ofPoecilia reticulata is of the ‘matrix-type’. In bright light (day light+overhead strip light) there occurs in some regions a very pronounced numerical change from ‘matrix’ to ‘cristate-type’, whereas other regions remain unaffected. The functional significance of these differences is discussed.
- Structural differences of cone ‘oil-droplets’ in the light and dark adapted retina ofPoecilia reticulata P.
Volume 34, Issue 2 , pp 246-249
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