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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Giant retinal ganglion cells are photosensitive ganglion cells with large dendritic trees discovered in the human and macaque retina by Dacey et al. (2005). Giant retinal ganglion cells contain a photopigment, melanopsin, allowing them to respond directly to light. They also receive connections from rods and cones, allowing them to encode colour and spatial information. Dacey et al. found the giants receptive field sizes to be about three times the diameter of those…mehr

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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Giant retinal ganglion cells are photosensitive ganglion cells with large dendritic trees discovered in the human and macaque retina by Dacey et al. (2005). Giant retinal ganglion cells contain a photopigment, melanopsin, allowing them to respond directly to light. They also receive connections from rods and cones, allowing them to encode colour and spatial information. Dacey et al. found the giants receptive field sizes to be about three times the diameter of those of parasol ganglion cells. There are only about 3000 giant retinal ganglion cells in each retina, comprising about 0.2%[citation needed] of the total number of retinal ganglion cells.