Difference between blind spot and yellow spot, Biology

Difference between Blind Spot and Yellow Spot -

Blind Spot

Yellow spot

1. It lies litte away from yellow spot.

 

2. No pigment

 

3. Optic nerves start from this point.

 

4. It lacks a dipression

 

5. It lacks receptors

 

6. Eye coats are absent

 

7. No image is formed

It lies exactaly opposite to the centre of cornea

 

Xanthophill present

 

No nerves are originated

 

Dipression present as fovea centralis

 

Receptors present

 

Present

 

The best image is formed

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