Visual_pathway - Ganglion Cells whose axons converge and...

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Light is transmitted through : Cornea Aqueous Humor Lens Vitreous Humor Retina : Through Ganglion cells Through Bipolar Cell Layer Stimulating Rods and Cones ( Photoreceptors ) Absorbed at Pigmented Epithelium layer and Choroid layer (outside Retina) (Stimulated Rods and Cones creates an Action Potential) Action Potential is sent from : Rods and Cones Bipolar layer
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Unformatted text preview: Ganglion Cells whose axons converge and leave the retina at the Optic disc ( blind spot ) Optic Nerve Optic Chaisma Optic Tract Thalamus Visual Cortex of Occipital Lobe Vitreous Humor Aqueous Humor Cornea Lens Retina Retina Sclera Choroid Pigmented Epithelium Photoreceptors (Rods and Cones) Bipolar Layer Ganglion Cells Light Pathway...
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