AbstractSmall angle light scattering patterns of bovine cornea were obtained under dynamic conditions when cornea strips were subjected to cyclic stresses with frequencies between 3.5–110 Hz. The patterns were photographed with high speed movie camera. Individual frames of a cycle were reproduced and analyzed for the intensities of the I+ and I″ mode of scatterings as a function of scattering angle. A model of a nonrandomly distributed two-dimensional assembly of anisotropic rods was employed. With the aid of this model, the changes in light scattering patterns have been interpreted in terms of changes in the superstructure of collagen fibrils of the cornea during cyclic vibrations.
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