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watery liquid secreted at the ciliary body that fills the anterior and posterior chambers of the eye and provides nourishment for the cornea, iris, and lens (humor=fluid)
canal of Schlemm
duct in the anterior chamber that carries filtered aqueous humor to the veins and bloodstream
epithelial tissue folds on the inner surface of the ciliary body that secretes aqueous humor
joining together' mucous membrane that lines the eyelids and outer surface of the eyeball
transparent, anterior part of the eyeball covering the iris, pupil, and anterior chamber that functions to refract (bend) light to focus a visual image
pinpoint depression in the center of the macula lutea that is the site of sharpest vision
interior surface of the eyeball including the retina, optic disk, macula, and posterior pole (curvature at the back of the eye).
colored circle; colored part of the eye located behind the cornea that contracts and dilates to regulate light passing through the pupil
macula lutea (macula)
central region of the retina responsible for central vision; yellow pigment provides its color
black circular opening in the center of the iris through which light passes as it enters the eye
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