The Eye & Ear
	 Ch. 2
 The structure of organisms (what they
 look like) depends on their function
 (what they do)
The Eye & Ear
	 Ch. 2
 The structure of organisms (what they
 look like) depends on their function
 (what they do)
Ch. 2
            The Eye & Ear
The structure of organisms (what they
look like) depends on their function
(what they do)
Ch. 2
            The Eye & Ear
The structure of organisms (what they
look like) depends on their function
(what they do)
Life is Based on Physics
 Visible
 Light
 is
 A
 Small
 Part
Seeing Requires Reflection
To see a whole object...
Refraction
Transmission
Absorbtion
Angle of Reflection equals Angle of Incidence...
To see something our eye has to receive
a Reflection of Light Waves from it.
Light Travels in Straight Lines if
What it Travels Through Doesn’t Change
Remember Refraction...
Remember Refraction...
Lenses
Lenses focus or spread out light waves
Lenses are found in living creatures and non-
living objects.
Rod & Cone Cells
Rod cells detect the amount of light.
Cone cells detect what color the light is.
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    1. 1. The Eye & Ear Ch. 2 The structure of organisms (what they look like) depends on their function (what they do)
    2. 2. The Eye & Ear Ch. 2 The structure of organisms (what they look like) depends on their function (what they do)
    3. 3. Ch. 2 The Eye & Ear The structure of organisms (what they look like) depends on their function (what they do)
    4. 4. Ch. 2 The Eye & Ear The structure of organisms (what they look like) depends on their function (what they do)
    5. 5. Life is Based on Physics Visible Light is A Small Part
    6. 6. Seeing Requires Reflection
    7. 7. To see a whole object...
    8. 8. Refraction
    9. 9. Transmission
    10. 10. Absorbtion
    11. 11. Angle of Reflection equals Angle of Incidence...
    12. 12. To see something our eye has to receive a Reflection of Light Waves from it.
    13. 13. Light Travels in Straight Lines if What it Travels Through Doesn’t Change
    14. 14. Remember Refraction...
    15. 15. Remember Refraction...
    16. 16. Lenses Lenses focus or spread out light waves Lenses are found in living creatures and non- living objects.
    17. 17. Rod & Cone Cells Rod cells detect the amount of light. Cone cells detect what color the light is.
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