Mammoth Memory

Eye receptors

Eye receptor cells such as the bipolar and ganglion cells carry electrical impulses to the brain via long axons these signals pass to the central nervous system as well as the visual cortex

The rod and cone receptors pass a signal through to a bipolar cell, which in turn passes a signal through to a ganglion cell. The ganglion cell has a long axon that extends through the optic nerve and into the brain.

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