Science news articles about 'Eye size'
... be the main factor driving the evolution of mammalian eye size. However, comparative research on the anatomy ... together can explain 89 percent of the variation in eye size among mammals. The researchers controlled ...
... lenses instead of glasses, researchers say. In general, eye care practitioners in the United States tend ... at a child's motivation, abilities, maturity, hygiene, eye size – lots of those factors – but don't look at age. There are 6-year-olds who can wear ...
... team uncovered an enzyme's role in the regulation of eye size in zebrafish. If the enzyme's role is similar in human eyes, it could be relevant to human vision problems, such as nearsightedness ...
(Phys.org) —Researchers at The University of Western Australia in collaboration with the University of Queensland and the Australian Museum are trying to understand how fish see at depths.
Deep sea fish such as the lanterfish have had to adapt to see in dark conditions and to perceive bioluminescence.
OXFORD, England, March 13 (UPI) -- Neanderthals went extinct because they had larger eyes than modern humans that monopolized brain resources to see in the long nights in Europe, scientists say.
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