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colored part of the eye iris
opening or hole in the eye that appears as a black dot in the centers of the iris pupil
to enlarge, such as the pupil dilate
part of the eye that bends or refracts light lens
to bend refract
area at the back of the eye where light is focused fovea
inside layer or the eyeball that is an enlarged part of the optic nerve retina
connects the eyeball to the brain optic nerve
cells that are senstive to light and see black and white rods
cells that are sensitive to light and see color cones
light hitting something and bouncing back reflection
the combination of all colors of light white light
lens that bends light inward converging
lens that bends light outward diverging
condition people have if their eyeball is too large and produces an image focused in front of the fovea nearsightedness
condition that people have if their eyeball is too small and produces an image focused behind the fovea farsightedness
spot at the back of the eye where the optic nerve enters the eye, where there are no rod or cone cells, and where there is no sensitivity to light blind spot
Created by: CRMissK