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muscles and eyes

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abdominals stomach muscles
triceps undrneath the arm
biceps on top of your arm
frontalis on the forehead
quadriceps next to your thigh
temporalis side of your head
trapezius side of your neck
masseter cheek
deltoid shoulder
gluteal butocks
cardiac muscles are only found in your heart
skeletal muscles move your bones with commands from your brains
smooth muscle work automatically without thinking
eye lid protects the eye
sclera white eyeball part of eye- outer covering
cornea transparent dome at front of the eye
iris colorful part of the eye
pupil black circle in the center of the iris
anterior chamber space between cornea and iris
lens after light hits the pupil it comes into the lens. the job of the lens is to focus light on the back of the eyeball or retina
retina back of the eyeball
vitreous humor stuff inside of the eyeball
optic nerve great messenger carries messages from the eye to the brain
lacrimal glands makes tears and washes away stuff that is not supposed to be there
reflexes automatic responses by eyelids that protect the eye
blinking is something your eye does several times a minute
Created by: sheriefox