Which region in human eye is considered as blind spot?
Asked by Topperlearning User | 30th Jan, 2014, 10:36: AM
At the junction of the optic nerve and the retina, there are no sensory cells, so no vision is possible at that spot. This region of eye is called blind spot.
Answered by | 30th Jan, 2014, 12:36: PM
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