mesopic

me·sop·ic

(me-zōp'ik),
Pertaining to illumination between the photopic and scotopic ranges.
[meso- + G. opsis, vision]

mesopia

(mĕs-ŏp′ē-ă)
Ability to see at low levels of light (e.g., at twilight).
mesopic (mĕs-ŏp′ĭk), adjective
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Photopic and mesopic measurements were taken sequentially from right eyes, left eyes, and both eyes together.
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