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eyeball sits in a bony socket called orbit
outer layer and white of your eye sclera
eyeball has this many layers three
central layer and supplies blood to the eye choroid
blood supplies the eye with nutrients and oxygen
inner skin like layer of the eye retina
contains the light sensitive cells retina
sensory receptors rods and cones
transparent layer at the front of the eye cornea
protect the eye and focus light cornea
cornea is covered by the membrane called conjuctiva
ring od muscula tissue between the cornea and the lens iris
gives the eye color pigment
the hole which allows light to pass through into the eye pupil
curved structure which bends light to form an image the lens
lens is made up of transparent proteins
visual effect called presbyopia
watery substance aqueous humor
the membrane that contains the light sensitive cells retina
respond to daylight and give your color vision cones
help you see at night rods
jelly like substane vitreous humor
causes light to converge to a focus or focal point convex lens
cause light to diverge or spread out concave lens
used by near sighted people concave lens
used by far sighted people convex lens
is used in telescopes convex
Created by: poopoohead