Structure of the Eye
- round muscle (the colored part of the eye) in which the pupil is located; can change the size of the pupil, letting more or less light into the eye; helps focus the image.
– another clear structure behind the iris, suspended by muscles; finishes the focusing process begun by the cornea.
- the change in the thickness of the lens as the eye focuses on objects that are far away or close.
- jelly-like fluid called that also nourishes the eye and gives it shape.
LO 3.4 Parts of the eye