Eye - Anatomy and seeing

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The eye is an organ able to receive light. Images we sense travels from the eye as electrochemical signals to the brain where they are interpreted. The signals can be interpreted as images of the world and the objects in it. Additionally the brain uses light to physiology (normal functions of living and gene expression) regulate mood, and behavior with these signals from the retina cells.

The eye's anatomy



Some important features.

Retina anatomy

Neurons include

Retina cells anatomy






Dr. Robert Sweetland's notes
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