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Dictionary » N » Neural retina

Neural retina

neural retina

(Science: embryology) layer of nerve cells in the retina, embryologically part of the brain.

The incoming light passes through nerve fibres and intermediary nerve cells of the neural retina, before encountering the light sensitive rods and cones at the interface between neural retina and the pigmented retinal epithelium.


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