Write down the names of parts of the eye in the blank spaces shown in the figure. - Science

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Write down the names of parts of the eye in the blank spaces shown in the figure.

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Solution

The names of the parts of the eye as shown in the figure are:

  1. Ciliary muscle
  2. Iris
  3. Lens
  4. Cornea
  5. Retina
  6. Optic nerve
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Chapter 16: Light - Long Answer Questions [Page 96]

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NCERT Exemplar Science Class 8
Chapter 16 Light
Long Answer Questions | Q 25. | Page 96

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