Difference between distant object and near object, Biology

Difference between Distant object and Near object -

Distant object

Near object

 

1. Parallel light reaches to eye.

 

2. Cilliary muscles are relaxed

 

3. Suspesary ligament under maximum tension

 

4. Lens flattened

 

5. Refraction Decreased.

 

Diverging light reaches to eye.

 

Contracted.

 

Loose

 

Thick.

 

Increased

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