The Lens: Its role is to focus the light and move towards the retina.
The Uvea: It is made up of three parts, choroid, ciliary body and iris.
The Retina: The retina consists of nerve tissue that senses the light entering the eye. Its function is to send impulses through the optic nerve back to the brain, where it gets translated into the images that we see.
The Pupil: The pupil gets bigger and smaller depending on the amount of light falling on the eye.
The Optic Nerve: It connects the eye with the brain.
The Sclera: Its role is to provide protection and meet the purpose of attachment for the extraocular muscles that enables eye to move.
The Vitreous Humor: Its role is to provide pressure inside the eye and keep it inflated