Eye ball, Biology

WALL OF EYE BALL -

Outer to inner 3 layers present.

1. Sclerotic or fibrous Tunic

2. Choroid or uvea or vescular Tunic.

3. Retina or neuro sensory tunic.

Sclerotic and choroid are mesodermal while retina is ectodermal in origin.

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