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A Stage D. b stage E. c Ambient light conditions for a and b. d Stage F. e Ambient light conditions for d. f One-year-old trout. Broken line re- fers to small and solid line to large phagosomes. ROS shed their disks during the day and COS at night. (From McCormack et al. , with kind permission of S. ) Neuroembryol Aging 2006–07;4:31–60 37 UV 100 Blue Green Red Relative OD 80 60 40 20 Fig. 8. Absorbance spectra obtained by MSP of four cone types in the young salmon. Above: diagram of square mosaic obtained by section through the ellipsoid region of the cones.
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