Definitions for "Accommodation reflex"
3-part reflex brought into action by looking at a near object: the eyes turn inward, the pupils constrict and the ciliary muscles relax resulting in thickening of the lens.
adaptation of the visual apparatus of the eye accomplished for achieving near vision consisting of an increase in the curvature of the lens, pupillary constriction and convergence of the eyes.
reflex changes in the eyes that enable an object to be focused on the retina