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WHITE shows measurements taken from an ocellus mounted in insect Ringer in the microspectrophotometer. Traces 1 and 2 are dark scans; curve 3 was recorded after irradiation with yellow light. As a result of irradiation, absorbance dropped at longer wavelengths and rose at somewhat shorter wavelengths with an isosbestic point at 500 nm. As will be later proven, the decline in absorbance was due to loss of rhodopsin, the increase resulted from the formation of a metarhodopsin photoproduct absorbing at shorter wavelengths, and curve 3 represents the photoequilibrium established by the yellow light.

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