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Animal Eyes, 2/E
출판사 : Oxford UK
저 자 : Land
ISBN : 9780199581146
발행일 : 2012-5
도서종류 : 외국도서
발행언어 : 영어
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   Animal Eyes, 2/E 목차
1 The origin of vision 1
The first eyes 1
What is an eye? 4
Why and from what did eyes evolve? 6
The course and pace of eye evolution 7
Did eyes evolve once or many times 10
2 Light and vision 16
The nature of light 16
Light intensity 19
Contrast 24
Wavelength and colour 24
Polarization 29
3 What makes a good eye? 33
Fundamentals 33
Resolution 36
Sensitivity 47
4 Aquatic eyes: the evolution of the lens 56
Evolutionary origins 56
The pin-hole eye of Nautilus 57
Spherical lenses 59
Lenses with refractive index gradients 60
Eyes of fish and cephalopods 63
Matching eye to environment 66
Eyes with non-spherical lenses 69
5 Lens eyes on land 72
A new optical surface 72
Basic optics of cornea and lens 73
Variations on the lens/cornea theme in land vertebrates 81
Amphibious eyes 93
Invertebrate eyes with corneal optics 94
6 Mirrors in animals 104
Mirrors in eyes 104
The physical optics of animal reflectors 114
Uses of multilayer reflectors in structures other than eyes 118
7 Apposition compound eyes 125
Origins 125
A little history: apposition and neural superposition 127
Basic optics 131
Ecological variations in apposition design 142
8 Superposition eyes 156
Introduction - the nature of superposition imagery 156
Refracting superposition 159
Superposition and afocal apposition 168
Reflecting superposition 172
Parabolic superposition 176
9 Movements of the eyes 178
How humans acquire visual information 179
Are other animals like us? 183
Insect flight behaviours seen as eye movement 186
Why not let eyes wander? Some consequences of image motion 187
Exceptions: rotational scanning by one-dimensional retinae 193
Principal symbols used in the text 201
References 202
Index 215
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Animal Eyes provides a comparative account of all known types of eye in the animal kingdom, outlining their structure and function with an emphasis on the nature of the optical systems and the physical principles involved in image formation. A universal theme throughout the book is the evolution and taxonomic distribution of each type of eye, and the roles of different eye types in the behaviour and ecology of the animals that possess them. In comparing the specific capabilities of eyes, it considers the factors that lead to good resolution of detail and the ability to function under a wide range of light conditions. This new edition is fully updated throughout, incorporating more than a decade of new discoveries and research.

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