Eye anatomy, vision, cataract, glaucoma, retinal image, rods, cones

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Department
Biomedical Science
Course
BMS 360
Professor
Douglas Ishii
Semester
Spring

Description
3 FebruaryWavelengths of light not absorbed by an object are reflected to our eyesFigure 722White portion of eyescleraTough connective tissueRectus muscles attached to scleraCorneaTransparent light gets throughBreak in scleraAnterior chamber of eyeContains aqueous humorBetween cornea and lensLensMade of elastic protein materialStrings zonular fibers connect lens to ciliary muscleMuscle pullslens flattensMuscle relaxeslens becomes roundedPosterior chamberContains vitreous humorChoroid in back of eyePicks up stray lightsharper visionRetinaIn front of choroidContains photoreceptors sensitive to light
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