Mouse eyes constrict to light without direct link to the brain

Experimenting with mice, neuroscientists at Johns Hopkins Medicine report new evidence that the eye's iris in many lower mammals directly senses light and causes the pupil to constrict without involving the brain.

Mouse eyes constrict to light without direct link to the brain

Experimenting with mice, neuroscientists at Johns Hopkins Medicine report new evidence that the eye's iris in many lower mammals directly senses light and causes the pupil to constrict without ...

Mon 19 Jun 17 from Phys.org

Mouse eyes react to light without the help of the brain

New analysis suggests the iris in the eye of a mouse doesn't need the brain's help to sense light and direct the pupils to dilate or contract in response.

Mon 19 Jun 17 from UPI

A no-brainer? Mouse eyes constrict to light without direct link to the brain

Experimenting with mice, neuroscientists report new evidence that the eye's iris in many lower mammals directly senses light and causes the pupil to constrict without involving the brain.

Mon 19 Jun 17 from ScienceDaily

A no-brainer? Mouse eyes constrict to light without direct link to the brain, Mon 19 Jun 17 from Eurekalert

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