Parts of the Eye

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Cornea - focuses light rays onto the retina and refracts it as it enters the eye

Aqueous humor - less viscous fluid infront of the lens which maintains shape by exerting outward pressure and hold the front of eye in shape

Iris -  Circle of tissue which helps control the intensity of light entering the eye by using radial and circular muscles to control the size of the pupil

Lens - transparent…


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