Extraocular Photoreception

  • M. Yoshida
Part of the Handbook of Sensory Physiology book series (SENSORY, volume 7 / 6 / 6 A)

Abstract

Light affects animal life in diverse ways. Photic information is perceived through eyes in some animals, but in others photosensitivity is mediated through an extraocular surface. Such sensitivity, called the dermal or diffuse light sense, is known to exist in most of the major phyla, and a remarkable variety of biologically significant photoreactions ensue, escape from predators, attack on prey, search for a more suitable habitat, initiation of spawning, maintenance of circadian rhythm, control of endocrine activities, etc. We will be concerned here only with the short-term effects of light, and with some of the principal types of responses.

Keywords

Mercury Retina Photosynthesis Neurol Carotenoid 

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