THE EYE STRUCTURE (QUIZ)


THE EYE STRUCTURE (QUIZ)
I Match the definitions and the parts of an eye.
Aqueous humourBlind spot
Choroid
Ciliary muscles
Conjunctive
Cornea
Eye muscle
Iris
Pupil
Retina
Sclerotic layer
Vitreous humour
Central layer of the eyeball
Hole through which light enters lens
Jelly-like substance inside the eye
Light sensitive layer
Muscle that controls eye movement
Muscles that make the lens thick or thin
Outer layer of the eye
Part that gives colour to the eye
Place where the optic nerve enters the eye
Substance found between lens and cornea
Transparent curved part in front of the eye
Transparent epithelial covering of the eye
II Label and colour the parts of an eye and give Russian equivalents.
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Optic Nerve (blue) Optic Disk (yellow)  Fovea Centralis (gray)  Vitreous Humor (pink)  Choroid (red)  Aqueous Humor (yellow)  Cornea (dark green)  Pupil (black)  Iris (brown) Ciliary Body (orange)  Retina (blue) Lens (light blue) Sclera (light green) 
I Key
Cornea - Transparent curved part in front of the eye
Conjunctive - Transparent epithelial covering of the eye
Aqueous humour - Substance found between lens and cornea
Eye muscle - Muscle that controles eye movement
Vitreous humour - Jelly-like substance inside the eye
Blind spot - Place where the optic nerve enters the eye
Pupil - Hole through which light enters lens
Choroid - Central layer of the eyeball
Iris - Part that gives colour to the eye
Ciliary muscles - Muscles that make the lens thick or thin
Retina - Light sensitive layer
Sclerotic layer - Outer layer of the eye

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