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what type of tissue is on the anterior surface of the lens
simple cubodial epithelium
3 parts of the focusing lens
accomodation of lens
convergence of eyes
iris constricts
what part of the focusing lens does the lens become wider,and cilliary muscle contracts
accomodation of lens
what part of the focusing lens is due to extra occular muscles
convergence of eyes
what part of the focusing lens narrows the pupil
iris constricts
when the iris constricts, does it have a parasympathetic input or parasympathetic stimulation
parasympathetic input