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The eyes are organs. They detect light, regulate the light through a diaphragm, focuses it through adjustable lenses and converts them into electo-chemical impulses in our neurons by photoreceptor cells called rods and cones. The image is converted into a set of electrical signals that are transmitted to the brain via neural pathways that connect the eye to the optic nerve and visual cortex of the brain. In short, eyes are very complex optical systems that convert light to distinguish objects and movement around us.

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What is the results when an image falls in front of the retina?

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farsightedness you gay nega

Why do people have red eyes?

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Albinos have red eyes due to red retina being visible through the iris as their eyes do not enough pigments to color the eye. Due to a translucent iris and poor absorption of light by retina, light is scattered in the eye exposing the blood vessels underneath. That makes the eyes of an albino to appear red.

What happens if insulin gets in your eyes?

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Then you can figure everything out, wella.

Is eye color a variable?

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If you mean can it pass form one random person to another then no, but through your family that's how you get eye coulor. But what i find cool is some colours overpower others. Example: blue overpowers green.

What is double blind drug trial?

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A double-blind study means that neither the test subject (human) or the researcher administering the study knows whether the test subject is receiving the experimental treatment or the control treatment.

Often in human drug tests, the control treatment will be a placebo.

This ensures that neither party can make any expectations as to whether they should or shouldn't be seeing results. This is important because sometimes researchers will botch their results to coincide with their hypothesis. This also ensures that both control and experimental groups experience the "placebo effect" more or less equally

Do your eyes see the optical illusion or your brain see optical illusion?

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Your brain does. You actually see with your brain; your eyes are merely the organs that deliver the image to your brain which then interprets what you're seeing.

What is feminine of pupil?

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None-gender neutral

What should a person do who has a foreign object lodged in his eye?

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When a foreign object is lodged in the eye, the person should not rub the eye or put pressure on it which would further injure the eyeball. The eye should be covered to protect it until medical attention can be obtained.

What is blind speed in radars?

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The speed at which he moving target cannot be detected means uncancelled clutter interference with moving target takes place is called as blind speed. It occurs in MTI radar-----------------afsha(TE EXTC)

Instrument to visually examine the eye is the?

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An ophthalmoscope.

What color eyes and hair will a baby most likely have if the mother has light brown hair and green eyes the father has black hair and dark brown eyes but grandmother has blond hair and blue eyes?

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I am only going off 7th form bio here but in terms of the eye colour:

blue is the resessive gene. brown is dominant. Because the father's mum has blue eyes - he MAY be carrying the blue gene (but still has brown eyes showing as this is dominant).

It is possible for the baby to have blue eyes. This will happen if the baby gets the recessive blue gene from it's dad, and the recessive blue gene from it's mum as well (I'm pretty sure green eyes carry a blue gene).

BUT if it gets the brown eye gene from it's dad - then even if it gets the mum's blue/green gene - it will have brown eyes because brown is dominant over blue/green.

Don't know about hair colour sorry :)

A flat line as far as the eye can see?

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My personal opinion is that you can see as far as you want to. If you just open your eyes and look at all the possibilities then you will know how far YOU want to see the world.

Are worms blind?

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Yes, worms do not have eyes but do have sensors to help them feel there way around.

What does An eye for and eye mean?

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It means to get revenge. like if someone breaks your favorite toy and you want to get even so you break their favorite toy.

The phrase "an eye for an eye"is a quotation from Exodus 21:23-27 in which a person who has taken the eye of another in a fight is instructed to give his own eye in compensation. At the root of the non-Biblical form of this principle is that one of the purposes of the law is to provide equitable retaliation for an offended party. It defined and restricted the extent of retaliation.

Can dogs have worms in their eyes?

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Toxocara, a type of worm larvae, can cause some damage to internal organs leading to pain, asthma and even blindness if they end up in the eye.

What does it mean if you have something red in your eye?

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you need to see a doctor, dont ask anyone online, stop asking strangers that have no stake in your health and can only make wild guesses as to what is happening but see someone that has a degree in medicine and can legally practice and diagnose

What glasses made up of?

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Heating Limestone with sand and sodium carbonate makes glass

Why are your cats eyes watering?

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it might have an upper respirtory infection... uh oh......

What do your eyes see?

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Your eyes see what im writing.

:0 you have got to be kidding me, i hope this is a joke

How do worms see without eyes?

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they have sun or light detecting cells and can see where the light is and like to stay under ground so that the UVA rays wont damage the worm

How many eyes do worms have?

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None. They have 2 eye spots to see light and darkness.