Long Wavelength Cone System

Long-wavelength-sensitive cones dominate the primate retina, comprising 90% of all the cones. The short-wavelength-sensitive or S cones comprise only 10% of the cones and are absent from the central fovea, the area of highest visual resolution. The long wave cones are composed of two types of cones, with similar opsins. Both absorb best in the long wave or yellow half of the spectrum. One type, M or "green" cones, absorbs slightly better in the middle or green part of the spectrum, and the other, L or "red" cones, absorbs slightly better in the long or red part of the spectrum (Fig. 2). These L and M cones seem to be


Aspergers Answers Revealed

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