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EYE SEE CLEARLY NOW

CARMALT - parts of the eye

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part of the eye that focuses on images lens
opening in the iris where light enters the eye; looks like it changes size with amount of light (but is really the iris that changes) pupil
clear jelly fluid within the eyeball vitreous humor
carries blood to and from the eye; brings nutrients to eye blood vessels
outer covering of the eyeball: "whites" of your eye sclera
nerve that takes signals to the brain from the retina; "blind" spot optic nerve
transparent outside part of the eye covering the iris and pupil cornea
cells in the retina used to see in dim light rods
retina cells used to see colors and clear images cones
lining in the back of the eye having cones and rods and the optic nerve retina
color part of eye that opens and closes to allow light to enter iris
Created by: EM4CARMALT