Di Fiore's atlas of histology with functional correlations
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Jul 1, 2000 - Medical - 363 pages
The Ninth Edition of this classic histology atlas correlates tissue structure to function. Through illustration and four-color photomicrographs it juxtaposes idealized views with real life ones. With 59 high-quality photomicrographs and three-dimensional, computer-generated overview art, this book magnifies the minutia of organ and tissue structure to show which microscopic structures perform what functions and how said functions work. The functional correlations sections correlate with and directly relate to specific illustrations of tissues as organs. Part One explains tissues and their relationship to their respective systems. Part two addresses organs in similar fashion.
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Figure 11 Planes of Section of a Round Object
Surface View of Peritoneal
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Di Fiore's Atlas of Histology with Functional Correlations
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acidophilic adipose cells adventitia alveoli Arteriole artery axons basal basement membrane basophilic blood vessels bone bronchioles capillaries capsule cartilage cavity cell layers chondrocytes collagen collagen fibers columnar epithelium contains convoluted tubules cortex cuboidal cytoplasm dense dermis elastic fibers endometrium epidermis esophagus excretory ducts exhibit exocrine fibroblasts Figure follicular function ganglion gastric glands gastric pits goblet cells granules hair follicle hematoxylin-eosin High magnification hormones illustrated inner intercalated ducts interlobular intestinal glands lacunae lamina propria lobule located longitudinal section loose connective tissue Low magnification lumen lymph lymphatic nodules lymphocytes marrow Medium magnification medulla mucous muscle layer muscularis externa muscularis mucosae myelin neurons node nuclei numerous olfactory outer pancreas papillae photomicrograph pseudostratified region reticular secretion secretory seen seminiferous tubules sheath skeletal muscle small intestine smooth muscle smooth muscle fibers spinal Stain stomach stratified squamous epithelium stratum stroma submucosa surface surrounded sweat glands thin trabeculae transverse section tunica uterine vein Venule villi wall