The retina of the vertebrate eye comprises three distinct cell layers. What is the correct placement of photoreceptors within these layers?

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Photoreceptors connect with neurons called ganglion cells.

  

Photoreceptors in the inner layer project to the brain via the optic nerve.

  

Photoreceptors connect ganglion cells and the pigmented epithelium.

  

Photoreceptors are held in place by the pigmented epithelium on the outside of the retina.

 

asked Jan 1, 2013 in Biology by anonymous
    

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Photoreceptors are held in place by the pigmented epithelium on the outside of the retina.

 

answered Jan 1, 2013 by anonymous

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