Source: Human Eye; Public Domain: http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=File:Schematic_diagram_of_the_human_eye_en.svg&page=1
The perception of light, images and movement by the eye.
A layer that covers the iris and helps to focus light into the eye.
The colored portion of the eye.
A structure in the eye that focuses light to the retina.
An area in the back of the eye that contains photoreceptors to absorb light.
The part of the brain that receives nerve impulses from the optic nerve.
A photoreceptor that detects dim light.
A photoreceptor that detects bright light.
An area of the retina where vision is the most acute.
Cells that detect light found on the basement layer of the retina; includes rods and cones.
Fluid within the eyeball that supports the lens and the eyeball.
Fluid within the eyeball that maintains pressure and transmits light.
The white of the eye that aids in protection.
The black part of the eye through which light enters.
A nerve that sends impulses to the visual cortex in the brain where images are interpreted.