The spatial resolutions of the apposition compound eye and its neuro-sensory feature detectors: observation versus theory
For 100 years three ideas dominated efforts to understand the apposition compound eye. In Müller's theory, the eye viewed the panorama through an array of little windows without overlaps and without gaps, with no details within windows. Spatial resolutio
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