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blue-yellow cell


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A neuron that is located in the visual system and is excited by blue light and inhibited by yellow light or vice versa. Such opponent-process cells are not found in the retina, where the trichromatic theory applies, but at higher levels in the visual system. See also red-green cell. Compare cone.

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