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  • adj. used in normal daylight

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Examples

  • The graphic representation of this ratio shows the spectral photopic eye response curve for daylight and night vision (Fig. 1).

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  • Their spectral sensitiveness is various and not congruent with the photopic eye response curve.

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  • - Adaptation of the physical receiver to the photopic eye response curve.

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  • Even the one octave of visible light is not featureless, at least not to normal individuals and not in photopic vision.

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  • Visual acuity in the RCS rat as tested by an optokinetic system (under photopic condition) has been shown to decrease with age from 0.5 cycle/degree (c/d) at P30 to 0.3 c/d at P90

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  • Our findings suggest that the photopic vision is conserved and that low acuity residual vision plays an important role in predator avoidance and tunnel maintenance in the African mole-rats.

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  • The mole-rats thus retain dark/light discrimination capabilities and a capacity to perceive short to medium-wavelength light in the photopic range of intensities.

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  • Klein SA (1989) Peripheral positional acuity: Retinal and cortical constraints on 2-dot separation discrimination under photopic and scotopic conditions.

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  • Disproportionate loss of photopic vision as compared to scotopic vision was postulated to be caused by light scattering by the corneal lipid deposits.

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  • Figure 6 illustrates spectral sensitivity curves for the eye, corresponding to photopic and scotopic vision, arising from the cones and rods (Figure 12), respectively.

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