Rod–cone-interactions in deuteranopic observers: models and dynamics

  title={Rod–cone-interactions in deuteranopic observers: models and dynamics},
  author={Jan Kremers and Sabine Meierkord},
  journal={Vision Research},
We studied the interactions between rods and L-cones in deuteranopic human observers by stimulating the photoreceptors independently. Thresholds were determined using a PEST procedure for different ratios of rod to L-cone modulation without modulating the S-cones. Modulation frequency was either 2 or 10 Hz and the retinal illuminance ranged from 4.7 to 470 td (10.9-1090 scot td). We measured at 2, 7.5 and 20 degrees retinal eccentricity. The threshold data could be described by a model based on… CONTINUE READING
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