How do we sense moonlight? Daylight? There’s a cell for that

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Neuroscientists describe an unexpected way that we sense the overall degree of illumination in our environment. They found that neurons in the retina of the eye divvy up the job, with particular neurons tuned to different ranges of light intensity.

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