Where are light-sensitive cells present in abundance and give their function?
The light-sensitive cells are present in abundance in the Retina.
There are two types of photoreceptor cells on the retina:
(i) Rod cells or Rods
Function: rods are responsible for night vision and respond to the intensity of light.
(ii) Cone cells or Cones
Function: cones respond to the colour of objects.
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