All Relations between arc and retina cone cell

Publication Sentence Publish Date Extraction Date Species
Ruola Ning, Xiangyang Tang, David Conover, Rongfeng Y. Flat panel detector-based cone beam computed tomography with a circle-plus-two-arcs data acquisition orbit: preliminary phantom study. Medical physics. vol 30. issue 7. 2004-04-06. PMID:12906186. a filtered backprojection exact cone beam reconstruction algorithm based on a circle-plus-two-arcs orbit was used for cone beam reconstruction from both the circle and arc projections. 2004-04-06 2023-08-12 Not clear
Xiao-Feng Zhang, Andrew W Schaefer, Dylan T Burnette, Vincent T Schoonderwoert, Paul Forsche. Rho-dependent contractile responses in the neuronal growth cone are independent of classical peripheral retrograde actin flow. Neuron. vol 40. issue 5. 2004-01-13. PMID:14659092. specifically, lpa mediates growth cone retraction by rock-dependent increases in actin arc and central actin bundle contractility and stability. 2004-01-13 2023-08-12 Not clear
David Catlin, Christopher Daint. High-resolution imaging of the human retina with a Fourier deconvolution technique. Journal of the Optical Society of America. A, Optics, image science, and vision. vol 19. issue 8. 2002-08-30. PMID:12152691. the operation of the camera is discussed in detail and high-resolution retinal images of the human cone mosaic are shown for a retinal patch approximately 10 arc min in diameter from two different retinal locations. 2002-08-30 2023-08-12 human
S M Wuerger, H Owens, S Westlan. Blur tolerance for luminance and chromatic stimuli. Journal of the Optical Society of America. A, Optics, image science, and vision. vol 18. issue 6. 2001-06-28. PMID:11393614. 24, 1387 (1984)] we estimated the internal blur of the visual system for the black-white and the red-green color directions and arrived at the following estimates: 1.2 arc min for black-white stimuli at 10% contrast and 0.9 arc min for red-green stimuli at 10% cone contrast. 2001-06-28 2023-08-12 human
W Wierzbicki, J P Bissonnett. Trimmed radiosurgical fields. Medical dosimetry : official journal of the American Association of Medical Dosimetrists. vol 24. issue 2. 1999-08-09. PMID:10379510. to improve conformity of the dose volume to the target volume, we propose to optimize the field shape by trimming the field described by the radiosurgery cone with the accelerator jaws for a given arc. 1999-08-09 2023-08-12 Not clear
B B Lee, J Kremers, T Ye. Receptive fields of primate retinal ganglion cells studied with a novel technique. Visual neuroscience. vol 15. issue 1. 1998-02-19. PMID:9456515. center sizes of middle (m) and long (l) wavelength cone opponent cells of the parvocellular (pc) pathway were consistent with previous estimates (gaussian radii of 2-4 min of arc, corresponding to center diameters of 6-12 min of arc). 1998-02-19 2023-08-12 monkey
B B Lee, J Kremers, T Ye. Receptive fields of primate retinal ganglion cells studied with a novel technique. Visual neuroscience. vol 15. issue 1. 1998-02-19. PMID:9456515. maps were consistent with cone selectivity in surround mechanisms, which had radii of 5-8 min of arc. 1998-02-19 2023-08-12 monkey
C Campbel. Reconstruction of the corneal shape with the MasterVue Corneal Topography System. Optometry and vision science : official publication of the American Academy of Optometry. vol 74. issue 11. 1998-01-22. PMID:9403886. covered are the geometrical concepts underlying the method, the necessary reconstruction steps, a description of the arc step reconstruction method used, a description of the cone of focus concept, and definitions of the presented power values. 1998-01-22 2023-08-12 Not clear
C J Fan, W G Devanna, L B Leybovich, R G Kurup, B J Hopkins, E Melian, D Anderson, G P Glasgo. Dosimetry of very-small (5-10 mm) and small (12.5-40 mm) diameter cones and dose verification for radiosurgery with 6-MV X-ray beams. Stereotactic and functional neurosurgery. vol 67. issue 3-4. 1997-11-05. PMID:9311075. in a simulated treatment neglecting tissue heterogeneties (skull bone), the measured doses for two five arc studies (22.5-mm cone) were within 4% of the calculated dose to isocenter. 1997-11-05 2023-08-12 Not clear
A Chaparro, C F Stromeyer, R E Kronauer, R T Eske. Separable red-green and luminance detectors for small flashes. Vision research. vol 34. issue 6. 1994-05-18. PMID:8160391. detection contours were measured in l and m cone contrast coordinates for foveal flashes of 200 msec duration and 2.3, 5, 10 and 15 min arc diameter on a bright yellow field. 1994-05-18 2023-08-12 Not clear
J Shan. Changes in retinal structure during development and settlement of the goatfish Upeneus tragula. Brain, behavior and evolution. vol 43. issue 1. 1994-03-11. PMID:8306191. visual acuity, as calculated from histological data on cone density and lens diameter, was found to increase rapidly prior to settlement to an asymptote of approximately 27 minutes of arc, which corresponded to settlement. 1994-03-11 2023-08-12 Not clear
L Du, F Shen, E Dod. Spatial frequency of the human short-wavelength-sensitive (blue) cone mechanism. Psychophysical studies and pattern-reversal visual evoked potentials. Documenta ophthalmologica. Advances in ophthalmology. vol 77. issue 3. 1992-02-10. PMID:1760966. it was only with the largest applicable check size (85 min of arc) that both the psychophysical studies and visual evoked potentials could succeed in satisfactorily isolating the short-wavelength-sensitive cone mechanism. 1992-02-10 2023-08-11 human
D D Leavitt, F A Gibbs, M P Heilbrun, J H Moeller, G A Takac. Dynamic field shaping to optimize stereotactic radiosurgery. International journal of radiation oncology, biology, physics. vol 21. issue 5. 1991-11-25. PMID:1938523. the concept is as follows: (a) use the existing circular collimators to define a cone which encompasses the maximum dimensions of the target volume; (b) position two sets of independent rectangular photon collimators immediately upstream from the circular aperture and allow each collimator to have independent translational and rotational motion in order to define, for each increment of arc, a polygonal field shape having up to four straight and four curved edges which enscribe the beam's eye projection of the target; (c) modify the translational and rotational position of each independent collimator with each change in arc angle to continuously shape the instantaneous field to the target shape. 1991-11-25 2023-08-11 Not clear
D L Grinberg, D R William. Stereopsis with chromatic signals from the blue-sensitive mechanism. Vision research. vol 25. issue 4. 1985-12-18. PMID:4060604. stereo thresholds for a three bar target whose spatial parameters were adjusted for the b cone mechanism were on the order of 40 sec of arc, a value considerably smaller than the spacing between b cones. 1985-12-18 2023-08-11 Not clear
M A Sandberg, E L Berso. Visual acuity and cone spatial density in retinitis pigmentosa. Investigative ophthalmology & visual science. vol 24. issue 11. 1984-01-07. PMID:6642929. a 6-min arc diameter stimulus was flashed to the foveola at a background retinal illuminance for which weber's law was in effect; under these test conditions, cone increment thresholds depended on the number of remaining functioning cones (cone spatial density) but not on their outer segment length (cone optical density). 1984-01-07 2023-08-12 Not clear