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colorblindness
genetic defect/ woman gives to male;
rods
black/white; need minimal light(night) outside fovea; more rods than cones
opponent process theory
certain cells work w/ pairs of colors (green/red, yellow/blue, dark/white)
when color excited, we see
tricomatic theory
3 diff. types of cones: red,green, blue
optinal nerve
images get pictures upside down and backwards
fovea
focus pt. of retina
retina
back, light info transfered into nerual inforce
lens
bending light, to focus on retina
cones
color; need more light to work(daylight), located IN fovea; fewer
long eyeball
nearsightedness
iris
muscle, determines amount of light coming in
cornea
outermost, protective coating narrow light
pupil
hole where light passes through
photoresptor cells
(rods and cones) change light into impulse/ electric vision