vascular - flattens, occurs when looking at a distance 1))...

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vascular- blood vessels a) choroid- dark brown vascular coat between sclera and retina, absorbs light minimize reflection b) Ciliary body- anterior to choroid, consist of smooth m. connect lens by suspensory ligaments c) Iris- doughnut shaped, colored part of eye, regulates amt. light entering eye d) pupil- opening of eye, appears as black spot e) lens- behind pupil and iris, held in place by suspensory ligaments, tension relaxed lens more convex, when focus on close objects; tension increased lens
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Unformatted text preview: flattens, occurs when looking at a distance 1)) anterior compartment two chambers divided by iris; anterior cavity between cornea and iris, posterior chamber between iris and lens 2)) aqueous humor- clear watery fluid between chambers, recycled through blood stream 3)) posterior compartment behind lens called posterior cavity, gel like fluid helps support eyeball called vitreous humor, not recycled...
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This note was uploaded on 09/30/2011 for the course BIOLOGY BSC1085 taught by Professor Harris during the Spring '11 term at Broward College.

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