Ron H. Douglas

City University London, London, England, United Kingdom 
visual system, retina, visual pigments, lens, deep-sea, fish
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Allen AE, Mouland JW, Rodgers J, et al. (2020) The spectral sensitivity of cone vision in the diurnal murid, . The Journal of Experimental Biology
Wagner HJ, Partridge JC, Douglas RH. (2019) Observations on the retina and 'optical fold' of a mesopelagic sabretooth fish, Evermanella balbo. Cell and Tissue Research
Gower DJ, Sampaio FL, Peichl L, et al. (2019) Evolution of the eyes of vipers with and without infrared-sensing pit organs Biological Journal of the Linnean Society. 126: 796-823
Douglas RH. (2018) The pupillary light responses of animals; a review of their distribution, dynamics, mechanisms and functions. Progress in Retinal and Eye Research
Douglas RH, Genner MJ, Hudson AG, et al. (2016) Localisation and origin of the bacteriochlorophyll-derived photosensitizer in the retina of the deep-sea dragon fish Malacosteus niger. Scientific Reports. 6: 39395
Simões BF, Sampaio FL, Douglas RH, et al. (2016) Visual pigments, ocular filters and the evolution of snake vision. Molecular Biology and Evolution
Baker GE, de Grip WJ, Turton M, et al. (2015) Light sensitivity in a vertebrate mechanoreceptor? The Journal of Experimental Biology
Hogg C, Neveu M, Folkow L, et al. (2015) The eyes of the deep diving hooded seal (Cystophora cristata) enhance sensitivity to ultraviolet light. Biology Open. 4: 812-8
Partridge JC, Douglas RH, Marshall NJ, et al. (2014) Reflecting optics in the diverticular eye of a deep-sea barreleye fish (Rhynchohyalus natalensis). Proceedings. Biological Sciences / the Royal Society. 281: 20133223
Douglas RH, Jeffery G. (2014) The spectral transmission of ocular media suggests ultraviolet sensitivity is widespread among mammals. Proceedings. Biological Sciences / the Royal Society. 281: 20132995
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