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'''Photopic stimulation''' is a form of [[stimulation]] and is the use of light at daylight intensities, in order to stimulate the [[cone cells]] in the [[retina]].
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'''Photopiic stimulation''' is the [[stimulation]] of the [[visual system]] with good quality [[illumination]], giving enough [[light]] to stimulate the [[cone cells]] in the [[retina]] and to allow for [[photopic vision]], particularly [[color vision]]. This is contrasted with [[scotopic stimulation]] which is of low light intensity.
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*[[Scotopic stimulation]]
 
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Photopiic stimulation is the stimulation of the visual system with good quality illumination, giving enough light to stimulate the cone cells in the retina and to allow for photopic vision, particularly color vision. This is contrasted with scotopic stimulation which is of low light intensity.


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