Seeing with S cones.

@article{Calkins2001SeeingWS,
  title={Seeing with S cones.},
  author={David J. Calkins},
  journal={Progress in retinal and eye research},
  year={2001},
  volume={20 3},
  pages={255-87}
}
The S cone is highly conserved across mammalian species, sampling the retinal image with less spatial frequency than other cone photoreceptors. In human and monkey retina, the S cone represents typically 5-10% of the cone mosaic and distributes in a quasi-regular fashion over most of the retina. In the fovea, the S cone mosaic recedes from a central "S-free" zone whose size depends on the optics of the eye for a particular primate species: the smaller the eye, the less extreme the blurring of… CONTINUE READING
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