Where an image is formed in human eye? Name the nerve which transmits the sensations felt by the nerve cells for an image.
Asked by Topperlearning User | 22nd Dec, 2013, 01:00: AM
An image is formed on the retina in human eye.
Optic nerve transmits the sensations felt by the nerve cells for an image.
Answered by | 22nd Dec, 2013, 03:00: AM
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