6 notecards = 2 pages (4 cards per page)
The point of attachment of the retina is called what?
What is the name of the junction in which the sclera becomes the cornea?
What is missing in humans that is found in the eyes of animals that live under conditions of dim light?
The tapetum lucidum appears as what and is a pigment coat of what eye layer?
Appears irridescent and is a pigmented choroid coat.
What is the function of the tapetum lucidum?
Reflects visible light back onto the retina for increased visual perception.