diFiore's Atlas of Histology with Functional Correlations by Victor P. Eroschenko PhD

diFiore's Atlas of Histology with Functional Correlations by Victor P. Eroschenko PhD

By Victor P. Eroschenko PhD

DiFiore's Atlas of Histology with sensible Correlations, 11th version, explains easy histology techniques via full-color, schematic illustrations. those illustrations are supplemented via greater than 450 digitized full-color on-line photomicrographs of histological photos. half One explains tissues and their courting to their structures; half addresses organs similarly. concentrating on undergraduate, allied well-being and primary and moment yr clinical scholars, the 11th variation comprises new and greater pictures via redrawing and digitization to supply elevated aspect. This variation additionally positive factors up to date illustrations and knowledge at the capabilities of cells, tissues, and organs of the physique in accordance with advances in learn and professional techniques. The atlas' student-friendly "Functional Correlations" sections aid scholars learn constitution and serve as jointly. scholars additionally make the most of a "realistic" standpoint as greater than 70 micrographs seem adjoining to paint illustrations.A better half web site bargains scholar and teacher types of diFiore's Interactive Atlas with all the photographs from the publication.

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Each centriole consists of nine evenly spaced clusters of three microtubules arranged in a circle. The microtubules have longitudinal orientation and are parallel to each other. Before mitosis, the centrioles in the centrosome replicate and form two pairs. During mitosis, each pair moves to the opposite poles of the cell, where they become microtubuleorganizing centers for mitotic spindles that control the distribution of chromosomes to the daughter cells. qxd 10/19/2007 05:56 PM Page 13 Aptara(PPG Quark) CHAPTER 1 — The Cell and the Cytoplasm 13 Cytoplasmic Inclusions The cytoplasmic inclusions are temporary structures that accumulate in the cytoplasm of certain cells.

The mitochondria (1) in these cells contain tubular cristae, indicating that the cells synthesize products other than proteins. 8 Rough endoplasmic reticulum. ϫ32,000. 9 Smooth endoplasmic reticulum. ϫ11,500. 10 Golgi Apparatus A high-magnification electron micrograph illustrates the components of the Golgi apparatus (2). This apparatus consists of membrane-bound Golgi cisternae (2) with numerous membranous Golgi vesicles (1) located near the end of the cisternae. The Golgi apparatus (2) usually exhibits a crescent shape.

Each cilium arises from a basal body (9), whose internal morphology is identical to the centriole. The basal bodies (9) are located directly beneath the apical cell membrane and are adjacent to each other; they often give the appearance of a continuous dark, apical membrane (9). In pseudostratified epithelium, the deeper nuclei belong to the intermediate and short basal cells (12). The more superficial, oval nuclei belong to the columnar ciliated cells (1, 8). The small, round, heavily stained nuclei, without any visible surrounding cytoplasm, are those of lymphocytes (2, 10).

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