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Just inside the choroid, the retina forms the innerrrost ayer of the eyeball and
cowtairs the photoreceptors. lnforrratior fro"n the photoreceptors leaves the eye at
the optic disk, where the optic nerve attaches to the eye. Because there are no ...
cf” 3%.; \H CH3 H cns ii of disk Us isomer Q Q (1 Q l f Light 1 I Enzymes Synaptic
terminal \ H H \ I Cir, / C \l / CH3 HIC c H H H -i ll é f é é é é é ' O 1\-/\/\/\/\4"\/," c c i c
1: c\ ' | l i H ci-i, H CH3 CH3 cii, Rhodopsin . Opsin trans isomer (b) Retinal ...
Sensory and Motor Mechanisms Light INSIDE OF DISK EXTRACELLULAR
FLUID % Active rhodopsin activ a G p 0 nop rhodopsin. protein called (PDE). (
cGMP) from transducin. channels in Figure 49.21 Production of a receptor
potential in a ...
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