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 ^ Y-(beta) cell Y-cells are retinal ganglion cells described by their linear summation receptive field response. They are lower in number and have wide receptive fields as opposed to X-cells

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 ^ Y Chromosome A sex determining chromosome. Y DNA is passed on solely by the male line. Y chromosome haplogroups are well studied by this chromosome.

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