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Polarization Sensitivity in Amphibians
Polarized Light and Polarization Vision in Animal Sciences
Polarization sensitivity (PS) in amphibians has been examined in some species of anurans and urodelans. Gymnophiones, on account of their tiny eyes and fossorial or aquatic lifestyles, are considered unlikely candidates for PS. Some anura and urodela have been shown to detect the direction of polarization with photoreceptors of the pineal organ rather than their lateral eyes. An ordered array of light-absorbing visual molecules is paramount for PS, but an ordered array of radical pairsdoi:10.1007/978-3-642-54718-8_10 fatcat:kwczt5hdmngztjn2iffi2x4jb4