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Ronald H Douglas
Ronald H Douglas
Emeritus professor of visual science
Verified email at city.ac.uk
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Melanopsin and rod–cone photoreceptive systems account for all major accessory visual functions in mice
S Hattar, RJ Lucas, N Mrosovsky, S Thompson, RH Douglas, MW Hankins, ...
Nature 424 (6944), 75-81, 2003
14142003
Retinal repair by transplantation of photoreceptor precursors
RE MacLaren, RA Pearson, A MacNeil, RH Douglas, TE Salt, M Akimoto, ...
Nature 444 (7116), 203-207, 2006
12982006
Characterization of an ocular photopigment capable of driving pupillary constriction in mice
RJ Lucas, RH Douglas, RG Foster
Nature neuroscience 4 (6), 621-626, 2001
7752001
Behavioural studies of fish vision: an analysis of visual capabilities
RH Douglas, CW Hawryshyn
The visual system of fish, 373-418, 1990
3031990
The eyes of deep-sea fish I: lens pigmentation, tapeta and visual pigments
RH Douglas, JC Partridge, NJ Marshall
Progress in retinal and eye research 17 (4), 597-636, 1998
1931998
Ultraviolet-sensitive cones in the goldfish
JK Bowmaker, A Thorpe, RH Douglas
Vision Research 31 (3), 349-352, 1991
1701991
The spectral transmission of ocular media suggests ultraviolet sensitivity is widespread among mammals
RH Douglas, G Jeffery
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 281 (1780), 20132995, 2014
1692014
A review of vertebrate and invertebrate ocular filters
RH Douglas, NJ Marshall
Adaptive mechanisms in the ecology of vision, 95-162, 1999
1681999
The visual system of fish
R Douglas, M Djamgoz
Springer Science & Business Media, 2012
1602012
The spectral transmission of freshwater teleost ocular media—an interspecific comparison and a guide to potential ultraviolet sensitivity
RH Douglas, CM McGuigan
Vision research 29 (7), 871-879, 1989
1271989
Spectral transmission and short-wave absorbing pigments in the fish lens—I. Phylogenetic distribution and identity
A Thorpe, RH Douglas, RJW Truscott
Vision Research 33 (3), 289-300, 1993
1221993
Dragon fish see using chlorophyll
RH Douglas, JC Partridge, K Dulai, D Hunt, CW Mullineaux, AY Tauber, ...
Nature 393 (6684), 423-424, 1998
1191998
Genetic ablation of retinal pigment epithelial cells reveals the adaptive response of the epithelium and impact on photoreceptors
R Longbottom, M Fruttiger, RH Douglas, JP Martinez-Barbera, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106 (44), 18728-18733, 2009
982009
On the visual pigments of deep‐sea fish
RH Douglas, JC Partridge
Journal of Fish Biology 50 (1), 68-85, 1997
981997
Arctic reindeer extend their visual range into the ultraviolet
C Hogg, M Neveu, KA Stokkan, L Folkow, P Cottrill, R Douglas, DM Hunt, ...
Journal of Experimental Biology 214 (12), 2014-2019, 2011
952011
Far-red sensitivity of dragon fish
JC Partridge, RH Douglas
Nature 375 (6526), 21-22, 1995
931995
Vision in lanternfish (Myctophidae): adaptations for viewing bioluminescence in the deep-sea
JR Turner, EM White, MA Collins, JC Partridge, RH Douglas
Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers 56 (6), 1003-1017, 2009
852009
The eyes of suckermouth armoured catfish (Loricariidae, subfamily Hypostomus): pupil response, lenticular longitudinal spherical aberration and retinal topography
RH Douglas, SP Collin, J Corrigan
Journal of Experimental Biology 205 (22), 3425-3433, 2002
852002
Enhanced retinal longwave sensitivity using a chlorophyll-derived photosensitiser in Malacosteus niger, a deep-sea dragon fish with far red bioluminescence
RH Douglas, JC Partridge, KS Dulai, DM Hunt, CW Mullineaux, ...
Vision research 39 (17), 2817-2832, 1999
831999
Visual pigments, ocular filters and the evolution of snake vision
BF Simões, FL Sampaio, RH Douglas, U Kodandaramaiah, NR Casewell, ...
Molecular biology and evolution 33 (10), 2483-2495, 2016
812016
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