Give Technical Term: Name the Part of the Retina on Which an Object is Focused for the Clearest Vision. - Biology

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Give Technical Term:
Name the part of the retina on which an object is focused for the clearest vision.

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Yellow spot

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Chapter 8: The Nervous System and Sense Organs - Give Technical Terms

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ICSE Class 10 Biology
Chapter 8 The Nervous System and Sense Organs
Give Technical Terms | Q 23

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