Cornea
The clear part of the eye covering the iris and pupil; it lets light entering the eye, permitting sight.
  Pupil
The round, dark centre of the eye, which opens and closes to regulate the amount of lights the retina receives.
  Iris
The color part of the eye whose muscle expand and contract to control the size of the pupil
Lens
The transparent structure of the eye located behind the iris, together with the cornea refracts lights focused on the retina
Aqueous humour
The clear fluid, which is produced by ciliary body, nutrients the cornea and the lens
Anterior chamber
Part of the eye behind the cornea, in front of the iris and the lens
Conjunctiva
The mucous membrane that lines the visual part of the eye and the inside surface of the eyelids.
  Ciliary Body
Part o f the eye between the iris and the choroid. Its main functions are accommodation, aqueous humour production, and keep the lens in place.
Posterior chamber
Part of the eye behind the iris and in front of the lens
Suspensory ligament zonules
Membrane of fibers that hold the lens in place
  Lateral rectus muscle
Muscle that moves the eye away from the nose
Medial rectus muscle
Muscle that moves the eye toward the nose
Sclera
The white part of the eye
Vitreous body
Part of the eye between the lens and the retina, containing a clear jelly called vitreous humour
Choroid
Layers of blood vessels locates between sclera and retina; they provide nourishment to the back of the eye.

Retina
The light-sensitive tissue layer lining on the back of the eye. It receives the images and convert it into signals sending to the brain through optic nerve.
Macular
Part of the eye near the middle of the retina; it allows us to see objects with great detail.
Fovea
The centre of the macular region of the retina which give us the sharpest central vision

Optic nerve head
Or optic disc is where the optic nerve enters the retina, and the location of the eye’s blind spot
Optic nerve
The nerve that carries the signal from the retina to the brain
 
 
 
 
Common problem of the eye:
http://www.medicinenet.com/eye_diseases_pictures_slideshow/article.htm

Foods for your healthy eyes:
http://www.allaboutvision.com/nutrition/foods.htm

Facts about Age-Related Macular Degeneration:
https://nei.nih.gov/health/maculardegen/armd_facts

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