A Learning System in Histology by Deborah W. Vaughan

By Deborah W. Vaughan

This CD-ROM with accompanying handbook will introduce clinical, allied overall healthiness, and undergraduate scholars to the good judgment of anatomical pondering and the microscopic constitution of the body's tissues. Its correlation of low energy with excessive energy perspectives, the standard of its photos, and the convenience of utilizing the CD could be quite appealing positive aspects. it's not an entire digital atlas with links of images to textual content yet relatively a evaluation of morphology that supplementations the heritage lab the place scholars glance through a microscope at slides of tissue specimens.

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Cilia can be individually visualized in tissue sections principally because there are fewer of them per cell than there are microvilli on a typical absorptive cell. The dark staining line at the apical end of the ciliated cells corresponds to the row of basal bodies in the apical cytoplasm into which each cilium inserts. The cilia are motile and, in the bronchus and trachea, beat toward the pharynx to transport mucus over the surface of the epithelium for the purpose of clearing the airway of inhaled debris.

This epithelium should not be confused with a stratified squamous epithelium, because the latter has many more layers of cells. Because this epithelium lines the passageways and bladder of the urinary system, it is also termed a urothelium. STRATIFIED CUBOIDAL AND STRATIFIED COLUMNAR EPITHELIUM. Examples of stratified cuboidal epithelium and stratified columnar epithelium are illustrated in subsequent sections of this Laboratory Guide, in Chapter 10 (Integument) and Chapter 19 (Male Reproductive System), respectively.

EPITHELIAL TISSUE STRATIFIED EPITHELIA These epithelia have two or more layers of cells, with the cells of the deeper layers usually differing in appearance from those at the surface. These epithelia are named according to the shape of the cells comprising the free surface layer of the epithelium. STRATIFIED SQUAMOUS KERATINIZED EPITHELIUM. This tissue section appears to have two rough surfaces: the deep surface is rough because it has been cut from the body and the outer surface is irregular because of the response of the thick outer layer of cells to the preparative histological procedures.

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