Structure of the Eye
– clear membrane that covers the surface of the eye; protects the eye and is the structure that focuses most of the light coming into the eye.
- vision-improving technique that uses this fact by making small incisions in the cornea to change the focus in the eye.
- next visual layer; clear, watery fluid that is continually replenished and supplies nourishment to the eye.
– hole through which light from the visual image enters the interior of the eye.
LO 3.4 Parts of the eye