What is the blind spot?
The blind spot is a place in the cornea where there are no cones.
The blind spot is a place in the retina where the optic nerve enters the
The blind spot is an area located in the center of the anterior of the
The blind spot is the origin of the optic nerve where there are no rods or
The vitreous body is best described as:
The space between the cornea and the lens.
The jelly-like material that fills the posterior cavity of the bulbus oculi.
The group of muscles responsible for controlling the size of the pupil.
The colored portion of the anterior part of the choroid layer that is
between the lens and the cornea.
The function of the lacrimal apparatus of the eye is to:
Produce oil to prevent the loss of fluids from the bulbus oculi.
Keep rain and perspiration away from the bulbus oculi.
Open and close the eyelids.
Keep the eye clean and moist at all times.