Atlas of Histology with Functional and Clinical Correlations by Dongmei Cui MS, William Daley MD, Jonathan D. Fratkin MD,

By Dongmei Cui MS, William Daley MD, Jonathan D. Fratkin MD, Duane E. Haines PhD, James C. Lynch PhD, John P. Naftel PhD, Gongchao Yang MD

A accomplished histology atlas...with EXTRAS! the original Atlas of Histology with sensible and scientific Correlations covers basic histology themes, integrates this crucial details with medical issues, and offers a number of possibilities for pupil evaluate. Explanatory textual content in each one bankruptcy combines with improved determine legends to supply an atlas that may really be learn.

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The polypeptides are then shunted by small transport vesicles to the Golgi complex for further modification and packaging into secretory vesicles, which convey the products to the part of the cell’s plasmalemma that borders a lumen or free surface. The nucleus of an exocrine protein–secreting cell can vary in shape and position, but it will typically have nucleoli evident and a substantial proportion of its chromatin in the euchromatin (transcription-capable) form. B Nucleolus Figure 2-9B. Light microscopic appearance of an exocrine protein– secreting cell.

24 UNIT 1 ■ Basic Principles of Cell Structure and Function A Nucleus Mitochondria Basolateral folds of renal tubule epithelial cell Basal lamina of renal tubule cell Interstitial compartment Red blood cell in capillary Figure 2-11A. Ion-pumping cells, renal tubule. EM, ϫ9,060 Examples of epithelial cells that function primarily to move ions from a lumen to the interstitial compartment form the walls of some renal tubules and of some ducts of salivary glands. Perhaps surprisingly, the molecular pumps are located not in the apical cell membrane but rather in the plasmalemma of the basal and lateral surfaces of the cells.

3-13A,B and 3-14A,B). Keratinized stratified squamous epithelium is found in the skin. The top layers consist of either thick or thin keratinized cells (flattened, nonnucleated dead cells) that are filled with tonofilaments. The thickness of the stratified squamous epithelium varies from region to region. Nonkeratinized stratified squamous epithelium is similar to keratinized squamous epithelium except that surface cells are nucleated instead of nonnucleated. This type of epithelium often covers wet surfaces and is found lining the oral cavity (soft palate, cheeks, and floor of the mouth), esophagus, vagina, and true vocal cords.

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