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Opsin trans isomer (b) Retinal exists as two isomers. Absorption oi light (a) Rods
contain the visual pigment rhodopsin, which is embedded converts the cis isomer
to the trans" isomer, which in a stack of membranous disks in the rod's outer ...
Rhodops'n consists of the light-absorbirg molecule retinal bonded to opsin, a
protein. Opsin has seven a helices that span the disk membrane. Retinal exists
as two isomers. Absorption of light converts the cis 'somer to the trans isomer,
Neil A. Campbell, Jane B. Reece. its cis form, which recombines with opsin,
forming rhodopsin. 1061 Color vision involves even more complex signal
processing than. Sensory and Motor Mechanisms.
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