Choose the Correct Answer. in the Chemistry of Vision, the Photosensitive Substance is _________________ - Biology

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Choose the correct answer.
In the chemistry of vision, the photosensitive substance is _________________

Options

  • melanin 

  • sclerotin 

  • rhodopsin 

  • none

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Solution

In the chemistry of vision, the photosensitive substance is rhodopsin

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Chapter 9: Nervous System - Exercise 6 [Page 120]

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Chapter 9 Nervous System
Exercise 6 | Q 7 | Page 120

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