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Give Scientific Reasons: We Cannot Distinguish Colours in Moonlight. - Biology

Give scientific reasons: We cannot distinguish colours in moonlight.

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Solution

Cone cells in the retina are responsibe for colour vision. They are functional only in bright light. Moon light is unable to stimulate the cone cells; however, the rod cells respond to dim light. Hence, we can see in moon light but cannot distinguish colours.

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