What four structures of the eye function in refraction?

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What four structures of the eye function in refraction?

The Eye:

The eye is responsible for taking in images and sending them to the brain to be analyzed. The eye uses accommodation where it adjusts to focus on images, and also uses convergence as the distance of objects change so it keeps focus. The eye also refracts to better see images.

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The four structures of the eye that function in refraction are the cornea, lens, aqueous humor, and vitreous. The cornea is curved, clear outer...

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