Download e-book for iPad: A Learning System in Histology by Deborah W. Vaughan

By Deborah W. Vaughan

ISBN-10: 0195151739

ISBN-13: 9780195151732

This CD-ROM with accompanying handbook will introduce scientific, allied overall healthiness, and undergraduate scholars to the common sense of anatomical pondering and the microscopic constitution of the body's tissues. Its correlation of low energy with excessive strength perspectives, the standard of its photos, and the convenience of utilizing the CD can be rather beautiful beneficial properties. it's not an entire digital atlas with links of images to textual content yet fairly a evaluation of morphology that supplementations the historical past lab the place scholars glance through a microscope at slides of tissue specimens.

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Higher magnification images: • tight junction (zonula occludens) • desmosome and zonula adherens • microvilli floating integral membrane proteins such that those of the apical domain are restricted to that part of the cell and those of the basolateral domain remain in their region. The second of the three intercellular junctions in this complex is the intermediate junction (zonula adherens) and the third junction is the desmosome (macula adherens). Both of these latter two junctions serve to bind the cells together so that the epithelium can withstand stresses and other tensile forces without losing its physical integrity.

Higher magnification image: • (high) simple squamous epithelium spherical structures within which are tufts of blood capillaries. The outer lining of this sphere is a simple squamous epithelium (called the parietal layer of Bowman's capsule). The lumen it encircles is normally filled with the filtrate of blood that has passed out of the capillaries as the first step in the production of urine. ENDOTHELIUM. A special variety of simple squamous epithelium lines the blood vessels. ENDOTHELIUM Slide #52: Neurovascular Bundle (radial artery, vein and nerve fascicles, transversely sectioned); H&E stain; 4 um thick methacrylate section; nonhuman primate.

Basal striations represent the means by which a cell increases its basal surface area just as microvilli represent a means for a cell to 34 A LEARNING SYSTEM IN HISTOLOGY BASAL STRIATIONS Slide #102: Submandibular Gland; H&E stain, 4 urn thick methacrylate section; nonhuman primate. Higher magnification images: • (middle) ducts and secretory elements •(high) striated duct increase the surface area of its luminal membrane. The basal membrane contains transmembrane proteins that facilitate the pumping of ions from the cell into the underlying connective tissue; the more membrane there is, the greater the number of ions that the cell can pump across its membrane.

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