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eral thousand light detectors called ommatidia (the "facets" of the eye), each with
its own lightfocusing lens (Figure 49.17). Each ommatidium detects l'ght from a - y
portior of the visual field. Difrences ir the intensity of light enring the many ...
To uriderstand the relationship between the structure of rods and light absorption,
examine Figure 49.20. As Figure 49.20 explains, rhodopsin changes shape
when it absorbs light, a process referred to as "bleachirg." Bright light keeps ...
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