Photostasis and Related Phenomena

Hardcover | May 31, 1998

EditorTheodore P. Williams, Anne B. Thistle

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Florida State Univ., Tallahassee. Proceedings of the Neuroscience Program Symposium on Photostasis and Related Topics, held February 21-23, 1997, inTallahassee, FL. Modified-outline format. Halftone illustrations.

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Florida State Univ., Tallahassee. Proceedings of the Neuroscience Program Symposium on Photostasis and Related Topics, held February 21-23, 1997, inTallahassee, FL. Modified-outline format. Halftone illustrations.

Format:HardcoverDimensions:244 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 0 inPublished:May 31, 1998Publisher:Springer US

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ISBN - 10:0306458063

ISBN - 13:9780306458064

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Early Studies of the Photostasis Phenomenon: Retinal Adaptation to the Light Environment; J.S. Penn. Light History and Photostasis: What Is a `Normal' Rat Retina?; T.P. Williams. Hints of Photostasis in Invertebrates; S.C. Chamberlain, W.W. Weiner. Regulation of Rhodospin Expression in Rhabdomeral Photoreceptors: Functional Analysis of the 5' Flanking Region of the Calliphora Rh1 Opsin Gene; A. Huber, R. Paulsen. Rod Outer Segment (ROS) Renewal: An Underlying Mechanism for Maintaining Photostasis; J.-L. Schremser-Berlin. Environmental Light and Age-Related Changes in Retinal Proteins; D.T. Organisciak, et al. The Origin of the Major Rod- and Cone-Driven Components of the Rodent Electroretinogram and the Effect of Age and Light-Rearing History on the Magnitude of These Components; E.N. Pugh, et al. Effects of Photoresponse Prolongation on Retinal Rods of Transgenic Mice; C.L. Makino, et al. Photostasis: Implications for Pineal, Circadian, and Visual Photosensitivity; Z. Boulos, M. Terman. Circadian Regulation of Vertebrate Photoreceptors: Rhythms in the Gating of Cationic Channels; S.E. Dryer, et al. 3 Additional Articles. Index.

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`....The volume can be highly recommended to those who wish an updated review of the theory of photostasis.' Acta Opthalmologica Scandinavica, 77:2 (1999)