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Rods

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    Kealeboga S.
    BW
    Kealeboga S.

    rods are for seeing in the night, the work well in the dark or when it is deem

    Anne L.
    AU
    Anne L.

    Be interesting to know to what extent any damage to an eye/s would impact upon our ability to understand/'read' the world around us.

    Mike L.
    GB
    Mike L.

    If rods are primarily for night vision what changes do they go through when suddenly plunged into darkness, as we seem to "get used to" the dark, seeing more after a minute or so.

    R.d.t prrlltll P.
    PK
    R.d.t prrlltll P.

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    Nora S.
    US
    Nora S.

    Rods are responsible for vision at low light levels (scotopic vision). They do not mediate color vision, and have a low spatial acuity.

    Pettina jay T.
    GB
    Pettina jay T.

    Rods and cones absorb external light and transducer this into chemical energy which ignite neural impulses to specific area of the brain which further enable the experience of vision and experience of the external world.

    Shali S.
    SG
    Shali S.

    Differences between the two types of photoreceptors in the retina: Rods - are more sensitive, function in dim light, for night vision, and Cones - function in daylight for visual acuity and colour vision.

    Shali S.
    SG
    Shali S.

    What psychological roles do rods and cones play in visual perception?

    Althea L.
    MY
    Althea L.

    Rods is mainly sight that is in black and white. Rod work slower in illuminating light than the cones because it will need a chemical named as rhodopsin, there is more to this to produce rhodopsin. Vitamin A deficiency contributes to night blindness.

    Gavin Peter J.
    NZ
    Gavin Peter J.

    It was interesting and i got to learn the importance of the eye

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