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Spectral sensitivity of the newt taricha granulosa to visible and uv radiation


, : Spectral sensitivity of the newt taricha granulosa to visible and uv radiation. Comparative Biochemistry & Physiology A 63(2): 313-318

Using an electroretinographic technique, the eye of T. granulosa was most sensitive to wavelengths of light in the vicinity of 600 nm, in both the dark- and light-adapted states. UV sensitivity extends into the UV B region (320-290 nm). The lens of the eye fluoresces in response to UV light in the range from 310-390 nm with an observed excitation maximum between 350 and 360 nm. Fluorescence of the lens may be a contributing factor in UV sensitivity.

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DOI: 10.1016/0300-9629(79)90165-8

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