The answers to all of the questions below can be found in the pages of the tutorial. See if you can find them.

1. What is the refractive power of the cornea?

2. What are the two names for the rod pigment?

3. How much of the neocortical surface in man is occupied by the striate cortex?

4. Does the right eye's nasal retina project to the right or to the left LGN?

5. Give another name for the Zonnules of Zinn?

6. What is the diameter of the fovea?

7. Which layers of the LGN are magnocellular?

8.Which retinal layer contains the junctions between ganglion cells and bipolar cells?

9. Which visual cortical area contains thick and thin stripes?

10. Which cortical cell type has antagonistic sub-regions in its receptive field?

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Created by George Mather, University of Sussex (georgem@biols.susx.ac.uk). Some of the images and text used in these pages were originally developed at the Department of Psychology, York University, as part of the GRASP project.