Eye lens fibres Coloured scanning electron micrograph SEM of a freezefracture of fibres from the lens of an eye Lens cells lack a nuclei and the main constituent of the cells is the protein crystallin Tightly packed layers of lens fibres as seen here are referred to as laminae The lens fibres are linked together via gap junctions one seen here and interdigitations of the cells The transparency of the lens is thought to arise from the regular arrangement of these cells Magnification x when printed at centimetres wide
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