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One can sense colours only in bright light. GIve reason
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The retina in the eye is made of many light sensitive cells. The rod-shaped cells respond to the intensity of light while the cone-shaped cells j respond to various colours.
The cone-shaped cells do not respond to faint light. They function only in bright light. Hence, one can sense colours only in bright, light.
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