Trace the sequence of events occuring when a bright light is focussed on your eyes?

Asked by akshaymaan | 10th Oct, 2008, 09:25: AM

Expert Answer:

When bright light is focussed on your eyes, the iris contracts the pupil to allow less light to enter the eye. Hence the eye is then able to see after some time.

Answered by  | 10th Oct, 2008, 12:19: PM

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