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A single-lens eye works on a camera-like princip e. The eye of an octopus or
squid, for example, has a srnal opening, the pupil, through wricr light enters.
Analogous to a camera's adjustable aperture (f-stop), the iris changes the
diarreter of the ...
Sensory and Motor Mechanisms (a) Near vision (accommodation) Ciliary
muscles contract, pulling border of choroid Front view of lens t<?>'v\/ard tens and
ciliary muscle Stuspensory ligaments relax Retina Qhorgid Lens (rounder) ~
Biology Lens becomes flatter, focusing on distant objects 1060 ~ ~ ~ I vision, but
humans and other. (b) Distance vision Ciliary muscles relax, i and bord~ of
choroid , moves away from lens ,\ Lens lflfmer) we 11 Suspensory ligaments r _ /'
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