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Cone fibre

Cone fibre

a part of the cone cell of the retina; the inner cone fibre is a slender axon-like part of the cone extending from the cell body to the pedicle located in the outer plexiform layer of the retina; in the outer fovea, where the cones are much elongated, they narrow to an

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The Fiber Disease

... from my friend's mill small (about 10mm) fairly stiff bright white fibres. They curl around and hide down in the pile of my fleece. I began ... in such a way that they resemble feathers. In a similar way to a pine cone opening. For whatever reason. Certainly some fibres, once they are liberated ...

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