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Ocular Physiological Phenomena (13)
- Dominance, Ocular
- Evoked Potentials, Visual
- Eye Color
- Figural Aftereffect
- Flicker Fusion
Articles on Ocular Physiological Phenomena
Behavioral and physiological response of Musca domestica to colored visual targets.
A better understanding of the visual attraction of house flies to colors and patterns is needed to improve fly trap performance. This study combined physiological responses measured with electroretinogram studies of the house fly's compound eyes and ocelli with behavioral attraction...
Stem cell and tissue engineering therapies for ocular regeneration.
We focus on two approaches for ocular regeneration: one based on stem cells and the other one based on tissue engineering strategies, and present examples where these two strategies overlap. We review the sources of cells and tissue engineering strategies for the regeneration of the cornea and of th...
Brief periods of monocular deprivation disrupt ocular balance in human adult visual cortex.
Why can't I see at night and in low light as well as I used to?
Ocular surface wetness is regulated by TRPM8-dependent cold thermoreceptors of the cornea.
Basal tearing is crucial to maintaining ocular surface wetness. Corneal cold thermoreceptors sense small oscillations in ambient temperature and change their discharge accordingly. Deletion of the cold-transducing ion channel Transient receptor potential cation channel subfamily M member 8 (TRPM8) i...
Abstracts of the of XLVIIIth ISCEV (International Society for Clinical Electrophysiology of Vision) Annual Symposium. Fremantle, Western Aus...
A non-stationary model for simulating the dynamics of ocular aberrations.
We present simulations based on our modelling approach, and validate them through comparison to real data. This work could be useful in areas such as the testing of ophthalmic devices and the development of improved algorithms for laser refractive surgery....
Dual-tier thin film polymer polarization imaging sensor.
We present a novel, low power imaging sensor capable of recording the optical properties of partially linearly polarized light in real-time. The imaging sensor combines polymer polarization filters with a CMOS image sensor in order to compute the first three Stokes parameters at the focal plane. The...
Evaluation of healthy equine eyes by use of retinoscopy, keratometry, and ultrasonographic biometry.
Mean +/- SD degree of refraction in the horizontal meridian of eyes was -0.06 +/- 0.68 diopters (D). Vitreous body length and horse age correlated negatively with refraction values. The horizontal corneal radius (15.96 +/- 1.28 mm) was larger than the vertical corneal radius (15.02 +/- 1.09 mm). Acc...
Polarizing optics in a spider eye.
We demonstrate that D. cupreus exploits reflective elements also present in non-polarizing tapetal eyes of other species such as Agelena labyrinthica. By approximately orthogonal arrangement of two multilayer reflectors consisting of reflecting guanine platelets, the tapetum uses the mechanism of po...