How does colour perception takes place in man?

Colour perception in man is due to iodopsin pigment in cone cells. In the retina, there are three types of cones which respond to red (erythropsin), green (chloropsin) and blue light (cyanopsin). Other colours are detected by simultaneous stimulation of more than one type of cone cell.

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