The Curious Eye of Copilia

Abstract

The nineteenth-century zoologist Seliq Exner reported in 1891 the structure of a copepod living in the bay of Naples, having what turned out to be a most curious eye – possibly a single channel scanning eye, like a simple mechanical television camera, feeding information of spatial structure down a single neural channel in time. Professor J. Z. Young… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/2011166a0

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