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The cells in the retina of the eye which detect weak light is what?
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What do plant cells not have that animal cells do?
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What will happen to the tissues if the cells were injured?
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A base is weak if its tendency to attract a proton is?
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What is associated with weak light rays that travels in different directions?
What is the relationship between energy and the speed of light?
There isn't any. The skinniest trace of light, so weak that the human eye can't detect it, and the mightiest torrent of light from an exploding star, all travel at the same speed, as long as the comparison is made in the same material. Likewise, light with the lowest frequency/longest wavelength and light with the highest frequency/shortest wavelength ... the properties that really determine the energy carried by the light ... all have the same speed, as long as the comparison is made in the same material.
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What is the ability to detect small changes of weak stimuli and large changes in stron stimuli?
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Asked in Eyes
What do the rods in your eyes do to help your eye?
Rods are one of two types (the other are cones) of photoreceptor cells in the retina. Both are located at the back of the eye and gather strong and weak light. Rods are active at night and so are more sensitive in low light levels. Cones give sharp detailed central vision during daylight hours. This effect can be noticed at dusk or dawn: when light changes from high to low levels, the rods are not fully active for night mode and so there is difficulty with vision when driving or riding a bike. For low to high level light change, cones are not fully active for daylight mode and again causes difficulty with vision when doing activities.