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Dilator pupillae- dilator (radial) muscle- innervated by sympathetic nervous system (Alpha-1 receptors)- increases the size of pupil (mydriasis) 2. Constrictor (circular muscle) pupillae- constricts the pupil (miosis) ex during accommodation reflex. It is innervated by parasympathetic nervous system (cholinergic receptors). radial muscles and circular muscles. When the radial muscles contract the size of the pupil is increased. When the circular muscles contract the size of the pupil is decreased. Changing the size of the pupil controls the amount of light entering the eye.

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