Coloured freeze-fracture scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the layers of the retina, the light-sensitive tissue that lines the inside of the eye. Rod and cone cells (green cylindrical objects, upper frame) form the outer layer of the retina.
Thats really cool ! Stare at the red dot on the girl’s nose for 30 seconds. Turn your eyes to a plain surface (your ceiling or blank wall). Blink repeatedly and quickly This is awesome! i saw the picture of the girl in color!
V3Solar's spinning solar cells generate 20 times more electricity than flat photovoltaics
Natural resources are a must for my dream home, which mean in the summer months, so are these: spinning photovoltaic cones have been able to generate 20 times more energy than traditional static, flat solar panels.
Scanning Electron Micrograph of the Human retina. The back of your eye is packed with rod cells (in grey), which are sensitive to brightness, and cone cells (in color) which are sensitive to color. Each cone cell is specific for either red, green, or blue respectively. Those who are color blind most often cannot tell red from green because the genes for red and green pigment are very close to each other on the X-chromosome. Since males only have one X chromosome males most likely express…
Cone Cells: Cone cells are at the heart of our color perception; they selectively respond to specific colors. There are three types of cones: L red (long wavelength) cones, M green (medium wavelength) cones, and S blue (short wavelength) cones.
Happy Valentine Day! www.colorlitelens.com Did you know? Dogs are not completely color blind since they have a dichromatic color perception. Unlike humans who have three different color sensitive cone cells in their retina (red, green and blue) dogs have only two (yellow and blue). The color vision of dogs is similar to a person suffering from deuteranopia. http://fr.colorlitelens.com/, http://nl.colorlitelens.com/, http://se.colorlitelens.com/, http://de.colorlitelens.com/