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The function of the eye is to act as a receptor to light (electromagnetic energy). The eye contains the necessary elements to focus the light, convert the energy of that light into neurological signals, and then transmit those signals to the brain so the brain can interpret them.
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The vitreous humor helps keep the retina in place The vitreous humour is a transparent jelly-like mass located behind the lens. it acts as a "suspension" for the lens so tha…t the delicate lens is not damaged. it helps to maintain the shape of the posterior chamber of the eyeball.
Be sure not to confuse the roles of the ciliary muscles and pupillary muscles; this is a mistake that even the experts make at times. The ciliary muscles do not control the si…ze of the pupils - this is the job of the sphincter pupillae and dilator pupillae. The ciliary muscles adjust the shape of the lenses in order to focus the eyes. They are attached to the zonules of Zinn, which are in turn attached to the lenses. Contraction of the ciliary muscles slackens the zonules so they don't pull so much on the lenses. The lenses become rounder, and the eyes can focus on a nearby object. When the ciliary muscles relax, the zonules pull the edges of the lenses so they become flatter and thinner for distance vision. This is the basic mechanism of accomodation. There is some disagreement regarding the details - look up Helmholtz and Schachar if you are interested.
Hyaloid canal is a small transparent canal running through the vitreous body from the optical nerve disc to the lens; it contains a prolongation of the central artery of the r…etina, the hyaloid artery. The function of the canal is to provide an adjustable reservoir of mobile liquid which may be easily and rapidly displaced backwards in positive accommodation, forwards in negative accommodation. By- Yoti ranjan [ Bausch and lomb school of ptometry] 2012 batch VT Student
the eyes main functions is to see and so that you want be blind
the function of the eyes is to help you see
the function of the eye of the fish is to see like us humans...
Eyes are for observing changes in light and colour, while being able to focus on motion and distance.
Answer The major function of Rods in the eye is that of Photo (light) reception. They are more sensitive to light thn are the cones, but are not color sensitive…, The rods are photo receptor cells found in the retina. Their main function is to help the eye see in dim light.
To receive light impulses - and convert these to electro-chemical impulses that are sent to the brain so that the images can be understood and described/analysed/etc.
The lens changes its curvature to allow an image to be focused onto the retina.
to see pictures so your brain can turn them upright so you can see
help you see much better. and if u hate glasses u wont have to wear the
The eye is the biological receptor for light (electromagnetic energy). The eyes of animals have one or more lenses that focus the light on a retina of some kind. The retina ha…s biological structures that react to the light, and different animals have receptors that chemically react to different colors of light and also different wavelengths of light. The chemical changes caused by the light are coupled to the brain as neurological signals, and the visual cortex or visual area of the brain interprets the signals.
they can see many different things
The aqueous humor moistens and supplies nutrients to the anterior and posterior chambers of the eye.The vitreous humor also moistens and supplies nutrients to the eye,in addit…ion it serves as a shoke absorber (cushion) that privents the collapse of the eye.thy both helps in refraction of light rays.
similarly like a humans eye, it has the same features to
It's the string like things on the back of the eye next to the optic nerve, it allows the eye to move around. Human eye have ciliary muscles not eye muscles,which holds the …eye lens in position.these muscles controls the focal length of eye lens. They change the shape of the lens. (Novanet)