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    • • Photosensitive part of the eye synthesize visual pigment rhodopsin.• macula lutea – pigmented spot at the posterior region of retina.
    • 1. Outermost Layer consists of pigmented epithelial cells forming a single layer resting on Bruch’s membrane2. Photoreceptor Layer made up of rod and cone processes
    • 3. Outer Limiting Membrane- a thin eosinophilic structure4. Outer Nuclear Layer- A densly packed nuclei
    • 5. Outer Flexiform Layer – almost featureless layer6. Inner Nuclear Layer- Location of cell bodies
    • 7. Inner Flexiform Layer- location where integrating neurons make synaptic connecions with dendrites of neurons8. Ganglion cell layer- It is where the cell bodies of optic tract neurons comprises.
    • 9. Afferent fibers -inner layer of ganglion cell layer10. Inner Limiting Membrane-Demarcates the innermost aspect of the retina.
    • Outer Limiting MembranePigment epithelial cells Bruch’s Membrane
    • - Sclera- Uvea- Optic Nerve- Dura mater- Pia-arachnoid-Central artery of retina
    • - Lens-Suspensory Ligaments-Iridocorneal angle- Canal of Schlemm-Ciliary Body
    • - AnteriorChamber- ConstrictorPupillae- PosteriorChamber
    • - Cornea- Canal ofSchlemm- AnteriorChamber- Trabeculae- Ciliary Body
    • >> Secretes wax
    • CupullaCiliumStereociliaType I hair cellType II Hair cellSupporting cellsNerve fibers