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- A fibrous membrane suspends the multifocal lens in the eyes of lampreys and African lungfishes.
- Adjusting a light dispersion model to fit measurements from vertebrate ocular media as well as ray-tracing in fish lenses.
- Dopamine induces optical changes in the cichlid fish lens.
- Short-term culturing of teleost crystalline lenses combined with high-resolution optical measurements.
- A complex system of ligaments and a muscle keep the crystalline lens in place in the eyes of bony fishes (teleosts).
- Comparative anatomy and physiology of vision in secondarily aquatic tetrapods
- Early evolution of multifocal optics for well-focused colour vision in vertebrates.
- Effects of the peripheral layers on the optical properties of spherical fish lenses
- Multifocal lenses in a monochromat: the harbour seal
- Multifocal optical systems and pupil dynamics in birds.
- The accommodative pupil responses of children and young adults at low and intermediate levels of ambient illumination.
- The physics of light in air and water.