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Unformatted text preview: Retina- Light-sensitive inner surface of the eye; containing receptor rods and cones; and layers of neurons Optic Nerve- Carries neural impulses from the eye to the brain Blind Spot- Point at which the optic nerve leaves the eye; no receptor cells located there Fovea- Central point in the retina, around which the eyes cones cluster Vision Receptors Rods and Cones Specialized neurons that take sensory information and convert it into neural information Cones Rods Number 8 Million 120 Million Located in Retina Center Periphery Sensitivity in dim light Low High Color Sensitive Yes No...
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- Spring '08