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Structure and Function of the Eye – Vision (PSY, BIO)

by Tarry Ahuja, MD
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    The lecture Structure and Function of the Eye – Vision (PSY, BIO) by Tarry Ahuja, MD is from the course Sensing the Environment.


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    1. Ciliary muscle
    2. Aqueous humor
    3. Cornea
    4. Dilator muscle of the iris
    5. Retina
    1. Contraction of radial muscles of iris
    2. Activation of sphincter muscles of iris
    3. Increased production of aqueous humor
    4. Absorption of all excess light by choroid
    5. Contraction of ciliary muscles to focus better
    1. Cornea, anterior chamber, pupil, lens, ganglion cells, interneurons, rods and cones of the retina
    2. Sclera, choroid, retina
    3. Retina, choroid, sclera
    4. Cornea, anterior chamber, pupil, lens, rods and cones, interneurons, ganglion cell layer of retina
    5. Cornea, aqueous humor, iris, lens, retina, optic nerve
    1. Cornea and lens
    2. Cornea only
    3. Iris
    4. Lens and retina
    5. Lens only
    1. Area of the retina without photoreceptors
    2. Area of retina with largest concentration of rods and cones
    3. Black area in the center of the iris
    4. Area of retina with dendrites of ganglion cells converge
    5. Hyperpigmented area of retina
    1. Retina
    2. Sclera
    3. Iris
    4. Lens
    5. Choroid

    Author of lecture Structure and Function of the Eye – Vision (PSY, BIO)

     Tarry Ahuja, MD

    Tarry Ahuja, MD


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    By Ali A. on 06. January 2017 for Structure and Function of the Eye – Vision (PSY, BIO)

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