- Created by: nicole beaumont
- Created on: 17-10-18 18:40
SCLERA- is the tough, supporting wall of the eye.
CORNEA- Is the transparent outer layer found at the front of the eye. It refracts light into the eye.
IRIS- Containing muscles that allow it to control the diameter of the pupil and therefore how much light enters the eye.
LENS- Focuses the light onto the retina
CILIARY MUSCLE AND SUSPENSORY LIGAMENTS- these control the light onto the retina
OPTIC NERVE- Carries impluses from the receptors on the retina to the brain
THE IRIS REFLEX: