Human Eye Quiz
The person who is suffering from the following disease cannot donate eyes.
The defect of vision in which the person is able to see distant object distinctly but cannot see nearby objects clearly is called
D. All of above
In bright light, your pupil will be
Which parts of your eye are transparent?
B. optic nerve
C. cornea and lens
What is it called when light bends as it moves from one substance to another?
Band of color in a rainbow, or from a light passing through a prism.
In dim light, your pupil will be
The part of your eye that gives it its color. It is a muscle that controls the size of your pupil.
What type of lens creates the image seen in the eyeglasses?
What type of lens is used in the shown instrument?
A. concave lens
B. convex lens
C. reflection lens
D. reduction lens
minimum focal length of eye is…………………..
This part of the eye carries the message from your eye to the part of your brain that controls vision.
C. optic nerve
The image formed on the retina of the human eye is
A. virtual and inverted
B. real and inverted
C. virtual and erect
D. real and erect
Following is far-sightedness
D. All of the above
The shape of eye-ball is nearly _________________
The first part of the eye that light hits.
Myopia and Hypermetropia can be corrected by
A. Concave and plano-convex lens
B. Concave and convex lens
C. Convex and concave lens
D. Plano-concave lens for both defects.
phenomena observed in formation of rainbow is……………………
C. dispersion,refraction,internal reflection
D. dispersion,internal reflection
The lens of your eye is convex. Because of this, what happens to light as it passes through the lens?
A. Light is absorbed.
B. Light is reflected.
C. Light is refracted.
D. Light is transmitted.
The person who is suffering from _____________ requires bi-focal lens.
A. (a) Hypermetropia
B. (b) Myopia
C. both option(a) and (b)
D. none of these
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