The cells of the retina need glucose to get energy through a process called cellular respiration. Without glucose to the cells of the retina you can't see and the cells of the retina can't function.
Without the lens in your eye you can not form a image on the retina. As the retina is kept at a fixed distance you change the thickness of the lens to get the image on the retina.
macular degeneration (AMD). It is a progressive condition affecting the retina. The macula in the retina distinguishes detail. Degeneration in the macula could cause scarring and a gradual reduction in vision.
224.5 Benign neoplasm of retina; abnormal growth of the cells without malignant charateristics.
The blind spot is the point on the retina where there are no receivers i.e. no cones or rods, and the reason there are no cones or rods is because this spot is where the opic nerve teminates in the retina. No receivers, no signal to the brain.
Myopia or near-sightedness.
The retina is a very thin layer of cells lining the back of the eye behind the viscous humor. This is where the cells that convert light to neural impulses are; without the retina, you would be blind.
The Macbook Pro with Retina display does have an HDMI port. The Macbook Pro without Retina display do not have a HDMI port.
It is detected by the retina and 'thickness' varies as it is a reflex action; it cannot be controlled. Basically, 'you' cause it without knowing so.
The object becomes invisible from low power to high power because the focus of lens are different. So though the image is intensified the rays don't fall on the retina unless the distance is corrected.
Muscles change the shape of the lens in your eye to make sure the image is at its best on the retina
A concave lens moves a farsighted persons image of something close onto the retina. It is curved inwards, like the inside of a cave.
The retina is in the back of your eye.In your eye.
The retina is part of the eye
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Some or all of the 3 kinds of cone cells (sensitive to red, green or blue light) in the centre of the persons retina.
The lens helps direct incoming light so it hits in a single point directly on your retina. For people who need glasses, light does not hit the retina perfectly making it hard to see close up or far away.
Yes! It has a highly toxic chemical in it called Argonoxide which can cause the inner retina to dry and become useless. This retina allows you to percieve crude images. Without it, light particles can not enter the pupil.
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WHAT IS THE TREATMENT FOR A TORN RETINA
you will find retina on eye.
You can not die from a torn retina.
No. Lens is in the front of retina.