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Amazing Facts about #HumanEye

Amazing Facts about #HumanEye

50 insane facts about the eye- though, Im not sure how true #17 is because yellow, red, and blue cannot be made any other color.

50 insane facts about the eye- though, Im not sure how true #17 is because yellow, red, and blue cannot be made any other color.

What Does Your Eye Color Say About You? They say the eyes are the window to the soul, but they are also a window to your gene. Your iris regulates how much light enters your eye and protects internal organs from harmful UV radiation. But why exactly are irises colored? Find the answer here in this interesting infographic:

What Does Your Eye Color Say About You? They say the eyes are the window to the soul, but they are also a window to your gene. Your iris regulates how much light enters your eye and protects internal organs from harmful UV radiation. But why exactly are irises colored? Find the answer here in this interesting infographic:

How We Hear.  Transduction via stereocilia.   1. Bending of these cilia is the critical event in the transduction of sound into neural signal   2. Hairs extend above the reticular membrane and come in contact with the tectorial membrane   3. When the basilar membrane moves in response to the motion of the stapes   a. Whole complex moves as a unit either towards or away from the tectorial membrane  b. Lateral motion of the reticular membrane bends the stereocilia

How We Hear. Transduction via stereocilia. 1. Bending of these cilia is the critical event in the transduction of sound into neural signal 2. Hairs extend above the reticular membrane and come in contact with the tectorial membrane 3. When the basilar membrane moves in response to the motion of the stapes a. Whole complex moves as a unit either towards or away from the tectorial membrane b. Lateral motion of the reticular membrane bends the stereocilia

Inside the Human Eye #healthinfographic #visualsystem #anatomyphysiology

Inside the Human Eye #healthinfographic #visualsystem #anatomyphysiology

Visual pathway, from the eye back to the visual cortex, in the occipital lobe, in the back of the brain.

Visual pathway, from the eye back to the visual cortex, in the occipital lobe, in the back of the brain.

Facts About Age-Related Macular Degeneration from the National Eye Institute to help patients and their families search for general information about age-related macular degeneration. An eye care professional who has examined the patient's eyes and is familiar with his or her medical history is the best person to answer specific questions.

Facts About Age-Related Macular Degeneration from the National Eye Institute to help patients and their families search for general information about age-related macular degeneration. An eye care professional who has examined the patient's eyes and is familiar with his or her medical history is the best person to answer specific questions.

La CATARATA es una de las causas más frecuentes de pérdida de visión que, afortunadamente, puede ser recuperada.

La CATARATA es una de las causas más frecuentes de pérdida de visión que, afortunadamente, puede ser recuperada.

The Human Eye Laminated Anatomy Chart

The Human Eye Laminated Anatomy Chart

Origin and distribution of cranial nerves (CN) VI, IV, and III, which innervate extraocular eye muscles. The focus of the upper part of this figure includes the abducens nerve (CN VI) and the general somatic efferent component of the oculomotor nerve (CN III), which are essential for horizontal gaze. The lower part of this figure depicts the muscles of the eye and their relationship with CN III, IV, and VI.

Origin and distribution of cranial nerves (CN) VI, IV, and III, which innervate extraocular eye muscles. The focus of the upper part of this figure includes the abducens nerve (CN VI) and the general somatic efferent component of the oculomotor nerve (CN III), which are essential for horizontal gaze. The lower part of this figure depicts the muscles of the eye and their relationship with CN III, IV, and VI.