Grouped retinae and tapetal cups in some Teleostian fish: occurrence, structure, and function.


This article presents a summary and critical review of what is known about the 'grouped retina', a peculiar type of retinal organization in fish in which groups of photoreceptor cell inner and outer segments are arranged in spatially separated bundles. In most but not all cases, these bundles are embedded in light-reflective cups that are formed by the… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.preteyeres.2013.10.001


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