I'm struggling to find a reference for the mass or density of a human (monkey or rabbit would also work) retina.
I'd appreciate any help!
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I did some research and I found this site : https://www.covance.com/content/dam/covance/assetLibrary/posters/StrubleEVER14.pdf
It has the weight for ocular tissues for different kinds of animals ( rabbit , human etc. ).
I also found that the area of a retina is 1094 mm² and the thickness is 0,12 mm , so if you can find the density you can find the mass.
(found on this site https://faculty.washington.edu/chudler/facts.html#sensory )