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polar cells. ln the dark, rods and cones are depolarized, and they continually
release the neurotransmitter glutamate (see Table 48.1) at these synapses. This
steady glutamate release in the dark depo arizes some bipolar cells and hyper-
Rod depolarized Glutamate--------=~ released Bipolar cell either depolarized or
hyperpolarized, ,, depending on glutamate receptors Figure 49.22 The effect of
light on synapses between rod cells and bipolar cells Light Responses if 1 i ...
a. depolarizes the neighboring bipolar cells and initiates an action potential in a
ganglion cell. b. depolarizes the rod, causing it to release the neurotransmitter
glutamate, which excites bipolar cells. c. hyperpolarizes the rod, reducing its ...
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