Jeopardy$100Parts of theEyeCamera &EyeVisual DisordersColour VisionFunctions$200$300$400$500$500$400$300$200$100$500$400$300$200$100$500$400$300$200$100$500$400$300$200$100Final Jeopardy
1 - $100 What is the lens?
1 - $200 What is the iris?
1 - $300What is the sclera?
1 - $400 What is the blind spot?
1 - $500What is the ciliary muscles?
2 - $100Lenses in a camera (2 answers needed)What is the lens & cornea in the eye?
2 - $200Aperature in the cameraWhat is pupil in the eye?
2 - $300Diaphragm in the cameraWhat is iris in the eye?
2 - $400What is the retina in the eye?Recording medium/film in the camera
2 - $500Black interior of the cameraWhat is the choroid?
3 - $100You have trouble seeing objects at a distance.What is myopia?
3 - $200You have trouble seeing objects close.What is hyperopia?
3 - $300The lens that corrects near-sightedness.What is concave?
3 - $400Where the image forms if you are far-sighted.What is past the retina?
3 - $500Disorder that affects older people requiring them to wear reading glasses.What is presbyopia?
4 - $100Sensory receptor in the eye that detects colour.What is cones?
4 - $200The primary coloursWhat is red, blue, green?
4 - $300The secondary coloursWhat is yellow, cyan, magenta?
4 - $400The complementary colour combinationsWhat is yellow + blue, cyan + red, magenta + green?
4 - $500Advantage to colour-blindness.What is hunting and camoflage?
5 - $100Carries nerve signals to the brainWhat is the optic nerve?
5 - $200Area of the eye where the image is producedWhat is the retina?
5 - $300Controls the amount of light entering eyeWhat is the iris?
5 - $400Window to the eye which helps focus light raysWhat is the cornea?
5 - $500Controls the thickness of the lensWhat is the ciliary muscles?
Final JeopardySALT of the eye and cameraWhat is smaller, inverted, after lens, real
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