One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
An isomer of rhodopsin that is formed when light is absorbed by the chromophoric part of the molecule and (unless stabilized at very low temperature) changes spontaneously to lumirhodopsin.
1970s. From ancient Greek βάθος depth + rhodopsin, so called with reference to a spectral shift to lower frequencies.
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