Flashcards in Parts Of The Eye Deck (7)
Protective covering where the light first enters the eye.
Ben's light rays; focus is a flipped, inverted image onto the retina.
A thin the structure at back of the eye that contains two types of receptor cells.
Cells in the periphery of the retina that respond to black-and-white. Roger better in low light, more sensitive to motion, and have less visual acuity than cones.
Centered in the fovea. Respond to color, good for daytime vision, more visual acuity.
Carries visual information to the lateral geniculate nucleus of the thalamus.