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Guide to Retinitis Pigmentosa and Related ConditionsGuide to Retinitis Pigmentosa and Related Conditions
Retinitis pigmentosa (RP) is a genetic condition that slowly damages the retina. The condition progresses throughout a person’s life, affecting 1: 3500 Canadians. Photoreceptor cells
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Cornea: the transparent part at the front of the eye that refracts light entering the eye onto the lens. Photoreceptor cells
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1 Humans and other animals are able to detect a range of stimuli from the external environment, some of which are useful for communication1 Humans and other animals are able to detect a range of stimuli from the external environment, some of which are useful for communication
A stimulus is a change in the internal and external environment of an organism. Examples of stimuli include light, sound, temperature, pressure, pain and certain chemicals. Photoreceptor cells
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Problem Set 5: Visual Transduction & OlfactionProblem Set 5: Visual Transduction & Olfaction
This is where the retinal ganglion cell axons leave the retina and therefore there are no photoreceptors (and thus no response to light) at this location. Photoreceptor cells
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Neuroscience 11a Structure and Function of the EyeNeuroscience 11a Structure and Function of the Eye
Draw the main components of the eye, including its focussing apparatus, and describe their principal function(s). Photoreceptor cells
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1. Which compound is responsible for activation of transducin during photoreception?1. Which compound is responsible for activation of transducin during photoreception?
Which compound is responsible for activation of transducin during photoreception?. Photoreceptor cells
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