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The Eye

Light enters the eye by refracting, or bending, as it passes through the . Light rays then pass through the opening into the eye known as the . The pupil size is controlled by a muscle known as the . The pupil becomes when in a bright area. After leaving the pupil, light rays are refracted once again as they pass through the lens of the eye. Light rays continue traveling through a jelly-like material called the . A image is formed on the back of the eye known as the . cells on the retina interpret the color of the image and cells interpret the black and white colors. Lastly, the image is taken to the for the image to be seen correctly.

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