The central opening of the iris is the pupil. Within the iris there are smooth muscle fibers that control the size of the pupil.
The smooth muscle fibers within the iris form the sphincter pupillae muscle, which constricts the pupillary opening, and the dilator pupillae muscle, which dilates the pupil
|Terminology||English and latin: Iris|
|Function||Controls the size of the pupils|
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