An Atlas on the Comparative Anatomy of the Retinae of VertebratesDownload PDF Flyer. Alert Subscription. DOI: Recommend this eBook to your Library. This atlas covers basic as well as novel information on the retinae of various representative vertebrates including fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals. The book consists of over illustrations with brief descriptions pointing out special features of each retina displayed.
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The retina is a light sensitive portion of the eye. It contains the rods and cone. The rods are responsible for white and black vision and vision in the dark, while the cones are for color vision. In this book the authors reported a comparative study on the retinae and the visual cells from the primitive fish to mammalian species chapter 1. Some of the species featured in this chapter are rare and the comparison between species across the major groups in the animal kingdom will provide interesting insights in evolution.
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