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The Human Eye







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The eye acts like a camera. Which structure or structures bend(s) the light coming into the eye so that clear, camera-like vision can be achieved?
 
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Question 2
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As a generalization, which of the following can we correctly say about photoreceptors?
 
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The place on the eye where we find the greatest visual acuity, and thus the place we "use" when we need to focus on details, is ________.
 
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Which of the following statements about color vision is NOT true?
 
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Which of the following statements is NOT true?
 
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