Animals retina receptor network retinal fold

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          animals retina receptor network retinal fold &     detachment      blind spot exit of optic nerve hole in visual field      fovea             macula      highest acuity      parafovea      lutea high acuity      periphery poor acuity, motion retinitis pigmentosa, macular degeneration lens refract light cataracts ciliary muscles accommodation iris control pupil size aniridia pupil modulates light modulates depth of field affect
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eye structures          function               anomalies cornea refract light astigmatism humors keep eye inflated,   floaters     minor cleanup ciliary bodies drain humors glaucoma
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cornea  humors
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conjunctivitis  “pink eye”
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lens part of drainage  system of eye controls lens  shape, more  later
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eye structures           function               anomalies choroid feed receptors blood  tapetum in nocturnal           animals retina receptor network retinal fold &     detachment      blind spot exit of optic nerve hole in visual field      fovea            macula    highest acuity      parafovea     lutea high acuity      periphery poor acuity, motion retinitis pigmentosa, macular degeneration
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pigment  epithelium;  choroid retina head
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light
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  • Spring '08
  • CUTTING, J
  • Psychology, fovea, Retinitis pigmentosa, ciliary muscles, humors ciliary bodies, emmetropia myopia hyperopia

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