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Students in Shane Graves' Science 7 class in Crivitz made use of their goggles, gloves and tools by performing a dissection on cow eyes. The young scientists made connections of both the anatomy and physiology to the human eye. Some of the structures observed were the cornea, iris, lens, retina and optic nerve.
Special to the EagleHerald
Students in Shane Graves' Science 7 class in Crivitz made use of their goggles, gloves and tools by performing a dissection on cow eyes. The young scientists made connections of both the anatomy and physiology to the human eye. Some of the structures observed were the cornea, iris, lens, retina and optic nerve.

Students in Shane Graves' Science 7 class in Crivitz made use of their goggles, gloves and tools by performing a dissection on cow eyes. The young scientists made connections of both the anatomy and physiology to the human eye. Some of the structures observed were the cornea, iris, lens, retina and optic nerve.