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which part of the eye is located on the macula, in the center of the retina

which part of the eye is located on the macula, in the center of the retina

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I think you're looking for photoreceptors - the macula is loaded with photoreceptors that are required for color vision and sharp focused vision.  I think the answer you're looking for is cone and rod cells (cones are responsible for color vision and rods are responsible for black/white vision in dim light).
 
I hope this helps!