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Cow Eye with answers - Cow Eye Dissection _ Can you read...

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Cow Eye Dissection Name: __________________________ Per: ______ Can you read this with the lens from your cow eye? How cool is that ! Match the following parts of the eye to their function: (optic nerve, sclera, iris, retina, lens, pupil, vitreous humor, aqueous humor, choroid, tapetum, ciliary body) Retina Contains sensory receptors for vision Iris The colored portion of the eye. Lens This structure changes shape to focus light on the retina Pupil The opening in the iris through which light passes Vitreous Humor Helps the eyeball keep its round shape and prevents it from collapsing Sclera Outer layer of the eye. Protects the eye and helps it keep its shape Optic Nerve Cord at the back of the eyeball. Carries impulses from the eye to the brain Aqueous Humor Fills space between the lens and cornea. Plays a part in focusing light rays Ciliary Body Consists of muscles, which control and shape the lens. Tapetum
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This note was uploaded on 03/28/2011 for the course BILD 1 taught by Professor Chen during the Winter '11 term at UC Riverside.

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