Type
Crossword
Description

Who invented the concept of a contact lens Leonardo DaVinci
What controls the amount of light entering the eye Pupil
Who fabricated the first American made contact lens Feinbloom
What was the best contact lens material ever made? PMMA
What is the major disadvantage of PMMA material oxygen
What type of contact lens is the largest Scleral
Who first introduced soft contact lenses Bausch and Lomb
What material were the original soft contact lenses made from? HEMA
What type of material for a contact lens provides the highest oxygen permeability Silicone hydrogel
What is the outer most layer of the cornea called? Epithelium
What is the inner most layer of the pre-corneal film called? Mucin
What layer of the cornea is the largest Stroma
What is the last layer of the cornea? Endothelium
What is the main function of the pre-corneal film? Lubricates
What is the healthiest modality of wear? Dailies
What is a tear evaluation test? TBUT

Anatomy of the Eye Crossword

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Crossword
Description

Most of the eye's refractive power comes from this structure of the eye cornea
Jelly like structure that occupies the posterior cavity of the globe vitreous
Pigmented tissue lying behind the cornea that gives color to the eye iris
Opaque, fibrous protective outer layer of the eye sclera
Vascular layer of the eye lying between the retina and sclera that provides nourishment to outer layers of the retina choroid
The transparent biconvex structure situated between the iris and the vitreous lens
Transparent mucous membrane covering the outer surface of the eye except the cornea conjunctiva
Clear, watery fluid that fills the space between the back surface of the cornea and the front surface of the vitreous, bathing the lens aqueoushumor
Second cranial nerve. The largest sensory nerve of the eye that carries impulses fro sight from the retina to the brain opticnerve
Contains sensory receptors for the transmission of light, is really part of the brain retina
Black circular opening in the center of the iris that regulates the amount of light that enters the eye pupil
Tiny opening of the lacrimal canaliculus of each upper and lower eyelid punctum
The yellow spot in the center of the retina; area of acute central vision macula
Central pit in the macula that produces the sharpest vision. Contains a high concentration of cones and no retinal blood vessels. fovea
Transitional zone about 1-2 mm wide, where the cornea joins the sclera and the bulbar conjunctiva attaches to the eye limbus
Pink fleshy conjunctival tissue in the nasal corner of each eye over the semilunar fold caruncle
Structures covering the front of the eye, which protects it; distributes tear film over the exposed corneal surface eyelids
Responsible for moving the eye and are considered extrinsic extraocularmuscles
Fluid filled space inside the eye between the iris and the innermost corneal surface anteriorchamber
Radial fibers that suspend the lens from the ciliary body and hold it in position zonules

chapter 16 Ophthalmology Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

pertaining to water aqueal
drooping eyelid blepharoptosis
eyelid paralysis blepharoplegia
pertaining t choroid layer choroidal
conjunctiva inflammation conjunctivitis
instrument for measuring pupil coreometer
pertaining to cornea corneal
ciliary body paralysis cycloplegia
tear stone dacryolith
iris inflammation iritis
surgical repair of cornea keratoplasty
pertaining to tears lacrimal
pertaining to nose and tears lacrimonasal
one who studies eyes ophthalmologist
pertaining to vision optic
process of measuring vision optometry
abnormal softening of lens phacomalacia
pertaining to glassy vitreal
retina inflammation retinitis
pertaining to sclera scleral

Microscope Crossword

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Crossword
Description

The eyepiece that magnifies ten times Ocular
Connects the eye piece to the body body tube
the knob you use with the scanner lens Course adjustment knob
connects the upper part of the microscope to the base nosepiece
Holds the slide and moves up and down Stage
Holds the slide in place stage clips
lets in more or less light diaphragm
adjusts the focus to see fine detail on the high power lens fine adjustment knob
holds the microscope steady base
the name we give to the three lenses on the microscope objecive lenses
the thing we are observing under the microscope is called specimen
we observe with our five senses
the end of our lab is called the conclusion
the supplies we need in the lab materials
What we think is going to happen in the lab hypothosis

Eye Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Disease; lens becomes progressively opaque cataract
In retina; helps us see color & detail Cones
Vision problem caused by error in shape of cornea. astigmatism
When diabetes can cause damage to structures in the eye Diabetic Retinopathy
Clear window that refracts light Cornea
Focuses light onto retina Lens
Diagnosis diseases and performs eye surgery Opthalmologist
Technicians that design, verify and fit eyeglass lenses Optician
Condition of increased pressure in eyeball Glaucoma
Detects light and contains cones and rods Retina
Controls how much light enters; changes size of the pupil Iris
Damage to the part of the retina that perceives light Macular Degeneration
Doctor that examines eyes and prescribes glasses. Optometrist
Helps us see in poor lighting & gives us "night vision" Rods
Tissue that provides oxygen to retina Choroid
The white part of the eye Sclera
Specialize in disorders of eye movements. Orthopist
Allows light to enter by dilating and contracting pupil

Mirrors and Lenses Crossword

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Crossword
Description

We use this to see our reflection. mirrors
Light from us bounces off of a mirror to show us how we look reflection
Our eyes go through this process to give us sight refraction
if we look at a table and cannot see through it, the table is _____. opaque
This object uses different lenses to magnify and enhance the apperance of an object we are observing. microscope
This either refracts, reflects, or absorbs light to change the way we view objects. lense
Most windows are ______, because we can see through them and they absorb a little light. Transparent
tranfers impulse to the brain for sight Optic Nerves
Where a wave moves apart Rarefaction
A sensitive membrane at the back of the inside of an eye retina
An outward-curved lens convex
______ makes things visible light
An inward-curved lens concave
A ______ regulates the amount of light entering the eye pupil
The ______ focuses light waves on the retina focal point
The ______ refract light entering the eye and sends it to the back of the eye cornea
The act of seeing sight
This device uses highly concentrated light laser
transmission of some light but can cause it to disort translucent
Able to be seen visible
An optical tool that uses refraction to seperate different wavelengths that make up white light prism

Refraction and Lenses crossword puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

A shaving mirror is this kind of mirror concavemirror
A shaving mirror is this kind of mirror lenticularlens
Cause light ray from a specific focal point to bend diverginglens
Have curvature in only one directon cylindricallens
Spoon convex
Glasses or other transparent substance with curved sides lenses
A mirror with a flat reflective surface flatmirror
What most lenses are made out of glass
Used in lenses of sunglasses convexmirror
Binoculars use these concavelens
Distance from the center of the lens to the focal point focallength
Concave-convex lenses meniscuslens
Consists of several simple lenses compoundlens
Cause light rays to bend to a focal point converginglens
Microscopes use this type of lens convexlens
First lens ever used nimrudlens
Has its optical surface broken up into narrow rings fresnellens
This point of a lens is generally noted with a capital F focalpoint
Change in direction of a wave due to a change in its transmission medium refraction
Telescopes concave

The Circulatory System Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

What is the most important muscle in the circulatory system? Heart
The circulatory system transports_______in the blood. Oxygen
What is the organ that gives oxygen to the blood? Lungs
What carries the oxygenated-rich blood away from the heart? arteries
What carries the blood to your heart? Veins
The blood enters the heart through the______. Atria
The heart is located to the______of your chest. Left
The blood leaves your heart through the______? Ventricles
What allows the blood to flow quickly through your body? BloodVessels
Every blood vessel has a thin layer of_________. endothelium
What keeps a body system together? Tissues
The most common heart disease is?(shortened form) CAD
What causes high blood pressure due to physcological stress? Hypertension

Refraction and Lenses Crossword

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Crossword
Description

is an increase or decrease in size of an image produced by an optical system compared to the true size Magnification
a transparent refracting device that is thicker in the middle than at the edges concave lens
a transparent refracting device that is thinner in the middle than at the edges concave lens
the separation of light into its spectrum dispersion
concave on both sides biconcave
convex on both sides biconvex
light rays coming out of it come together at a point – they converge converging lens
causes a beam of parallel rays to diverge after refraction, as from a virtual image diverging lens
images that are formed in locations where light does not actually reach virtual image
an image that is located in the plane of convergence for the light rays real image
refracting and focusing light so that objects appear clearly contact lenses
distance of an object that is placed from the point of an incidence on the mirror object distance
distance from the point of incidence of the mirror to the image image distance
a convex lens that is used to make a magnified image of an object magnifying glass
bending of a wave when it enters a medium where its speed is different Refraction
can calculate the image distance for either real or virtual images and for either positive on negative lenses thin lens equation
point at where rays or waves meet after reflection or refraction focal point
a technique for generating an image by tracing the path of light ray tracing
angle of reflection equals the angle of incidence flat mirror
the distance between the lens and the image sensor when the subject is in focus focal length

Cells and microscopes crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Controls what passes through the cell Cell membrane
Holds the organelles together Cytoplasm
Protects the nucleus Nuclear membrane
Stores materials Central Vacuole
Breaks down large food particles Lysosomes
Turns sunlight into useable energy Chloroplast
Protects the cell Cell wall
Converts food into energy Mitochondria
Packages and moves materials Golgi apparatus
Produces protein Ribosomes
Produces ribosmes Nucleolus
Contains information about the organism Chromatin
Moves materials around the cell Endoplasmic reticulum
Looked at a cork with his own microscopes Robert Hooke
Loved at his own teeth particle with his microscope Anton Van Leeuwenhoek
Who said that animals are made of cells Schwann
Concluded that plants are made of cells Schleiden
concluded that cells come from other cells Virchow
Holds the slide in place Stage clips
Contains the object Slide
What is the slide placed on for stability Stage
Adjusts for the high power objective lens Fine adjustment knob
Adjusts for the medium and low objective lenses Coarse adjustment knob
Allows you to look through the microscope Eyepiece
Supports the body of a microscope Arm
Supports the the whole microscope Base
What did Hoek look at Cork
All living things are made of Cells

Plate Tectonics Crossword Puzzle

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Crossword
Description

What describes large scale movements of the Earth's lithosphere? Plate Tectonics
The lithosphere is divided into... Tectonic Plates
Two plates collide they make... Convergent Boundaries
When two plates move away from each other this is called... Divergent Boundaries
A boundary at which two plates move past each other horizontally is called a... Transform Boundary
What is the outermost rigid layer of Earth? Lithosphere
What is a layer of weak or soft mantle that is made of rock? Asthenosphere
What is the strong lower part of the Earth's mantle? Mesosphere
What explains the age and magnetic patterns of sea floor rocks? Sea-Floor Spreading
What is the outermost layer of Earth? Core
What is the movement of matter that results from differences in density? Convection
What is located between the core and the crust? Mantle
What extends from below the mantle to the center of Earth? Core
What element makes up most of Earth's core? Iron
What is the liquid layer of Earth's core? Outer core
What is dense and is in the center of Earth and extends from the bottom of the outer core to the center of Earth? Inner core
What are the huge trenches on Earth's seafloor? Ocean Trenches
What pushes the rest of a plate away from the mid-ocean ridge? Ridge Push
What is the portion of motion of a tectonic plate that can be accounted for b the portion of motion of a tectonic plate that can be accounted for by its subduction? Slab Pull
What is the slow creeping motion of Earth's solid silicate mantle caused by convection currents carrying heat from the interior of the Earth to the surface? Mantle Convection