Human Anatomy & Physiology (9th Edition)

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ISBN 10: 0321743261
ISBN 13: 978-0-32174-326-8

Chapter 15 - The Special Senses - Review Questions - Page 588: 10


Our eyes are ordinarily adapted for distant vision . However if one move from viewing an near object to viewing a distant object the following changes would take place in the eye: Pupils would constrict; ciliary zonule would relax, and the lens would flatten or become less convex.

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Our eyes need no special adjustment for distant visiomn. The answer to the question is conditions in alternative "a".
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