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The Human Eye
Transcript of The Human Eye
Parts of Eye
Front of Eye
Inside of Eye
Light Hits the Eye
Image is formed
The Name, Lens
Kinds of Cells
Types of Cones
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What is the name for light-sensitive cells?
What part of the eye includes the iris, choroid, and ciliary muscles?
Which of the following is the leading cause of blindness?