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Avian cone photoreceptors have an oil droplet in the outer portion of their inner segment that acts as a long-pass cut-off filter between incident light and visual pigment. Chick cone droplets are mainly red, orange, yellow, green, and colorless, and the colors are due to three carotenoid pigments with characteristic absorption spectra. Little is known of(More)
It is currently believed that in each vertebrate species Müller cells in the central retina constitutes a fairly homogeneous population from the morphologic point of view and that particularly the chick Müller cell attains full shape differentiation at prenatal stages. However, in this study of the chick retina, from day 1 to day 55 of life, we show that(More)
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