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Ciliary body

Ciliary body

(Science: anatomy) tissue that includes the group of muscles that act on the eye lens to produce accommodation and the arterial circle of the iris.

The inner ciliary epithelium is continuous with the pigmented retinal epithelium, the outer ciliary epithelium secretes the aqueous humour.

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... a few mitochondria and several membrane-surrounded bodies. The largest body has a quadruple membrane, and the smallest ones have ribosome-like inclusions. ... kinetosome seems to be at a right angle to the rhizoplast. Although the ciliary root with its associated structures of Dermocystidium cyprini ...

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