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Difference between an eyespot and an eye

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What is the difference between an eyespot and an eye?A. the only difference is size; an eyespot is smaller version of an eye.B. An eyespot detects light but does not trigger a response; an eye does bothC. An eyespot contains photoreceptors; an eye does not.D. An eyespot detects light but does not generate an image; an eye does both.E. Eyes contain retinal; eyespots do not

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