Asked in Needs a Topic
Needs a Topic
What is transmitting light to the brain?
Asked in Health
What is The means of transmitting light into the brain?
Asked in Human Anatomy and Physiology
Does the brainstem contain centers for speech and motor?
Asked in Physics, Photosynthesis
Which sequence shows the light transmitting capabilites of materials from least to most?
Asked in Computer Networking
Can fiber optic cable be used for transmitting light from a source to another point around the opaque object?
Asked in Biology, Photosynthesis
List the wavelengths of light that are most effective for photosynthesis?
Asked in Eyes
What does the eyes do for your body?
The eye is used for receiving light and transmitting it to the brain in a way that allows it to produce a meaningful image. The ajustable lens of your cornea allows you to view objects with clarity at varying distances. Having two eyes allows your brain to construct a 3D image, so you can detect depth as well.
Asked in Back Neck and Spine, Spinal Cord
Is the spinal cord is the primary means for transmitting messages between the brain and the rest of the body?
Asked in Health
Part of the eye that detects light and sends signal to brain?
Asked in Nervous System
How is the nervous system organized and what does each part do?
The nervous system starts at the brain which processes all of the signals in the body. The spinal cord relays impulses to and from the brain. Then there are the neurons that extend to each part of the body. Each of these is responsible for sensing something and transmitting the ensuing messages to the brain.
Asked in Science
What do rods do in the eye?
Rods are light-sensitive receptors in the retina of vertebrates. They are sensitive to dim light. They contain a photo-sensitive pigment "rhodopsin" which when exposed to light absorbs it and the light energy released in this reaction causes a generator potential which if matches threshold stimulus travels through neurons as action potential into the optic nerve transmitting it to the brain.In the absence of light(darkeness) vitamin A and ATP converts it back into light sensitive pigment rhodopsin thus stopping the signals to brain via optic nerve.
Does the frequency or wavelength of a laser affect the velocity of the light wave projected by the laser?