Structure of the Eye

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1. fluid that refracts light and maintains the shape of the cornea

  • conjunctiva
  • ciliary body
  • aqueous humour
  • vitreous humour
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2. the thick edge of choroid layer containing blood vessels for oxygenation of muscles

  • retina
  • ciliary body
  • choroid
  • ciliary muscles

3. involuntary muscle which controls the amount of light admitted to the retina

  • ciliary muscles
  • sclera
  • iris
  • suspensory ligament

4. part of retina directly opposite optical axis of lens, containing only cone cells

  • fovea
  • optic nerve
  • blind spot
  • choroid

5. a tough outer membrane of of collagen which outer eye muscles anchor to

  • optic nerve
  • cornea
  • sclera
  • choroid

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