|difference between rods and cones quizlet||0.93||1||8327||71|
|explain the difference between rods and cones||0.06||0.3||5098||83|
|the difference between rods and cones||1.92||0.4||4696||49|
|distinguish between rods and cones||0.75||0.8||3444||39|
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The cones are less sensitive to light than the rods, as shown a typical day-night comparison. The daylight vision (cone vision) adapts much more rapidly to changing light levels, adjusting to a change like coming indoors out of sunlight in a few seconds.What is the main function of rods and cones?
What is the main function of rods and cones? Rods are responsible for vision at low light levels (scotopic vision). They do not mediate color vision, and have a low spatial acuity. Cones are active at higher light levels (photopic vision), are capable of color vision and are responsible for high spatial acuity.Which do you have more cones or rods?
There should be more rods and less cones present in the retina. There should be rods present in the fovea and not just around the periphery of the eye. This is because rods have have a high sensitivity to light so rhodopsin is bleached a t low light intensties. Ageing causes a decrease in the elasticity of the lens.