63: The eye (physiology) Quiz

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  1. Which of these parts holds the lens in place?1
  2. Which of these leads right into the optic nerve?1
  3. You blind spot is right over your fovea.1
  4. When it is dark, the rods are switched on and are releasing neurotransmitters.1
  5. Which is larger, the macula or the fovea?1
  6. Which is smaller, rhodopsin or retinal?1
  7. Which one of these allows us to see at night?1
  8. The retina sees images upside down.1
  9. Which cell part makes a microtubule highway through a narrow passage in the rod and cone cells?1
  10. Which of these parts bends light?1
  11. You have more rods than cones.1
  12. What happens when a photon of light hits the retinal molecule?1
  13. Where will you find the highest number of cone cells?1
  14. Which of these let the rods and cones communicate with each other?1
  15. What holds the rhodopsin molecule in place?1
  16. To view things farther away, the lens must become flatter.1
  17. Pigmented epithelial cells regenerate when damaged, just like skin cells.1
  18. Which of these is a color that cones don’t respond to?1
  19. Which amino acid to we find functioning as a neurotransmitter at the ends of rods and cones?1
  20. Which of these is NOT a job that the pigmented epithelial cells do?1
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