Rod - Science and Technology

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  • Rod cell, a cell found in the retina that is sensitive to light/dark (black/white)
  • Rod (geometry), a three-dimensional, solid (filled) cylinder
  • Rod (unit), an Imperial unit of length, also known as the pole or perch
  • Rod (optics), tricks of light in cameras believed by some to be alien life
  • Rod-shaped bacteria, in bacterial morphology, the common name for all bacilli, particularly those of the genus Bacillus

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