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Structure of the Eye The globe of the vertebrate eye, r eyeball, consists of a tough
, rhite outer layer of connective tise called the sclera and a thin, p'gmented inner
layer that is called tlre choroid (Figure 49.18). A delicate layer of epithelia cells ...
Neil A. Campbell, Jane B. Reece. Sclera Choroid Cornea Iris --_-L --;Pupil
Aqueous humor - i ...
Sensory and Motor Mechanisms (a) Near vision (accommodation) Ciliary
muscles contract, pulling border of choroid Front view of lens t<?>'v\/ard tens and
ciliary muscle Stuspensory ligaments relax Retina Qhorgid Lens (rounder) ~
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