Electrical inhibition in the retina of the butterflyPapilio

@article{Matic2004ElectricalII,
  title={Electrical inhibition in the retina of the butterflyPapilio},
  author={Tomislav Matic},
  journal={Journal of comparative physiology},
  year={2004},
  volume={152},
  pages={169-182}
}
1. Four spectral types of photoreceptors have been characterized by double electrode recordings, with one electrode inside the cell and the other immediately outside. The colour types are: UV — peak sensitivity at 390 nm, blue — 450 nm, green — 540 nm and red — 610 nm. Recordings from the red receptors presented here are the first complete electrophysiological confirmations of the microspectrophotometrically measured red receptors in the retina of butterflies (Bernard 1979). 2. Differential… CONTINUE READING
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