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|1. What is the primary (most powerful) focusing structure of the eye?|
|2. Which type of photoreceptor is best able to process bright light and color?|
|3. The vitreous humor, which occupies about 80% of the eye’s interior, is composed mostly of what?|
|4. A “cataract” is an opacification of which eye structure?|
|5. Which eye structure determines a person’s eye color?|
|6. In which eye disorder does too much intraocular pressure damage optic nerve fibers?|
|7. Which eye structure is comparable to the film of a camera because it senses light focused on it?|
|8. “Pink eye” is an inflammation of which eye tissue?|
|9. Which cranial nerve innervates four of the six extraocular muscles (medial rectus, superior rectus, inferior rectus, and inferior oblique)?|
|10. What is the point of sharpest, most distinct visual acuity within the eye?|
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