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Rods and cones are not the only photoreceptors of the eye. There also exists a population of directly light sensitive ganglion cells that regulate a wide variety of different 'brightness detection' tasks, they may even adjust our mood and sense of well being.

Type

Journal article

Journal

Biologist

Publication Date

01/09/2004

Volume

51

Pages

135 - 140