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The Eye

Scelera Outer layer of the eye
Choroid Middle layer of the eye
Retina Inner layer of the eye
Function of the Choroid made up of dark pigments which absorb any excess light to prevent glare
Where the rods and cones are located They are in the Retina
Rods allow us to see Black and shades of grey
Cones allow us to see Bright light and colors
The region where the retina connects to the optic nerve is called Optic Disk (Blind Spot)
The eyelid is lined with mucus membrane called The Conjunctiva
The color part of the eye Iris
Hole in the middle of you eye Pupil
What the lacrimal glands produce Tears
Created by: nperez123