Unusual retinal cells in the dolphin eye.


By comparison to the cellular constituents of the retinas of certain other diving mammals, the elements of the dolphin retina include an unusually large number of specialized cells. Both cone and rod receptors may be identified. An unusual amacrine cell may be seen which produces a process that spans the cells between the inner plexiform and outer plexiform… (More)


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@article{Dawson1973UnusualRC, title={Unusual retinal cells in the dolphin eye.}, author={W. W. Dawson and J. M. P{\'e}rez}, journal={Science}, year={1973}, volume={181 4101}, pages={747-9} }