Color Atlas of Basic Histology

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Appleton & Lange, 1998 - Histology - 356 pages
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This unique atlas provides students with a simple, concise, and convenient source of morphologic information for use in the identification of tissues and organs in histology laboratories. Full-color, oversized photomicrographs depict essential morphologic characteristics of tissues and organs that students need to be able to recognize. This atlas delivers high-quality pictures and brief explanatory captions, allowing students to concentrate on the images without extraneous text. This is an ideal stand-alone reference, and the perfect complement to any standard histology text including Basic Histology by Junqueira et al.

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Contents

Epithelial Tissue
2
Connective Tissue Proper
16
Cartilage
32
Bone
42
Bone Formation
49
Nerve Tissue
56
Muscle Tissue
72
Formed Elements of Blood
86
Glands Associated with the Digestive Tract
188
Respiratory System
212
Skin
230
Urinary System
242
Endocrine System
256
The Male Reproductive System
272
The Female Reproductive System
290
The Sense Organs
312

Identification of Bone Marrow Cells 38 46 52 70 82
88
Lymphoid System
106
Circulatory System
128
Digestive Tract
154
Selfassessment
328
Index
352
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