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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 eye’s 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
- retina Retina, retina Retina- Light-sensitive, pupil opening Lens