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Why study histology?
The anatomy of the cell
the bodys limits
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actin actin filaments action potential activity antibody antigen appear axon basal lamina basophilic blood cells blood-vessels bone bundles capillaries cartilage cell division cell membrane cell types centre Chapter chromatin chromosomes collagen collagen fibres connective tissue contains contraction cytoplasm damaged dermis desmosomes diameter diffusion duct elastic fibres electron endothelial cells environment enzymes epidermis epithelial cells epithelium extracellular fluid extracellular space fibroblasts function GAGs gap junctions glands Golgi apparatus granules histological hormones immune ions labelled large numbers layer lens light microscope lipid look lumen lymph node lymphatic lymphocytes lymphoid tissue lysosomes macrophages material matrix micro-organisms mitochondria molecules movement mucus muscle fibres muscularis mucosae myosin neurones normal Note nucleus organization patterns phospholipid plasma cells polymorphs produce proteins response ribosomes sarcomere Schwann cell secretion seen skin small intestine smooth muscle specimen stained striated muscle structure surface surrounding synapses synthesized thick thin tight junctions tube vesicles villi wall