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This structure regulates the amount of light entering the eye
a) iris b) cornea c) pupil d) aqueous humor
This clear portion of the sclera has many nerve endings that detect pain
a) iris b) cornea c) pupil d) aqueous humor
The white portion of the eye is the
a) chorioid b) retina c) ciliary body d) sclera
The innermost tunic (layer) of the eye, containing the photoreceptors
a) choroid b) retina c) cilary body d) sclera
The colored part of the eye, determined by genetics
a) iris b) cornea c) pupil d) aqueous humor
The anterior liquid portion of the eye
a) iris b) cornea c) pupil d) aqueous humor
Smooth muscle, attaches to the lens
a) choroid b) retina c) ciliary body d) sclera
Detects colors and works best in bright light
a) Rods b) Cones c) all photoreceptors d) none of the above
Found at the edge of the retina, provide peripheral vision
a) Rods b) Cones c) all photoreceptors d) none of the above
These can be found at the fovea centralis
a) Rods b) Cones c) all photoreceptors d) none of the above
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