Visual pigments in man.
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Published by C. C. Thomas in Springfield, Ill .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Color vision.,
  • Pigments.

Book details:

Edition Notes

SeriesThe Sherrington lectures,, 6
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQP481 .R8
The Physical Object
Pagination38 p.
Number of Pages38
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5867911M
LC Control Number62052949
OCLC/WorldCa3352730

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2. Molecular evolution of cone visual pigments. As described above, vertebrate rod and cone visual opsins, form a phylogenetic sister group with other opsin groups such as the pinopsin, VA opsin, parapinopsin, and parietopsin Fig. 2, we show these groups as having simultaneously diverged, because unambiguous determination of the phylogenetic relationship among these five Cited by: visual pigments: the photopigments in the retinal cones and rods that absorb light and initiate the visual process. This volume is the ideal companion to Wiley's trilogy: The Pigments Handbook (), Industrial Organic Pigments (), and Industrial Inorganic Pigments (). High Performance Pigments have become increasingly important in recent years, with a growth rate well in advance of the more classical types of pigments. The book offers both producers and users of High Performance Pigments the 5/5(1). Apart from rhodopsin, most vertebrate retinas also contain other visual pigments, which are located in the outer segments of the cones. The cone pigments are concerned with color-sensitive daylight vision, while the rods subserve night vision. This chapter discusses the spectral characterization of visual pigments and the structure of : Colin M. Kemp.