dark adaptation









dark adaptation


noun Ophthalmology.

  1. the reflex adaptation of the eye to dim light, consisting of a dilatation of the pupil and an increase in the number of functioning rods accompanied by a decrease in the number of functioning cones (opposed to light adaptation).

n.

  1. The adjustment of the eye under reduced illumination, in which sensitivity to light is greatly increased.scotopic adaptation

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