What is the normal field of vision of humans?
The normal field of vision of humans extends to approximately 60 degrees towards the nose from the vertical meridian to each eye. It extends to about 100 degrees away from the nose from the vertical meridian.
Normal vision in both eyes for right half of the visual field absence of vision in both eyes for left half of the visual field?
Where is a lesion if there is normal vision in both eye for the right half visual field but there is absence of vision in both eyes for left half of the visual fieled?
A male who has normal vision marries a female who is a carrier for colorblindness can they have a colorblind daughter?
The differences between the rabbit eye revolve around the sharp vision and the binocular vision present in humans. Rabbits do not have the vivid vision that humans do , not only because they do not have many cones but their fovea contains less cones: which provide color and sharp vision. additionaly, because rabbits have a vast range of vision or field of vision, they are unable to see in front of their eyes because unlike…