2 edition of introduction to the fine structure of cells and tissues found in the catalog.
introduction to the fine structure of cells and tissues
Keith R. Porter
1964 in Philadelphia, Lea & Febiger, 1964 .
Written in English
|Other titles||Fine structure of cells and tissues|
|Contributions||Bonneville, Mary A., jt. author|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (unpaged) illus. ;|
Look at the whole scope of the topic. Each unit includes a study set, with an accompanying description, and a separate set of transparencies to be used as a self-test. Mitochondria are involved in the process of cellular respiration where sugar is broken down and converted into cellular energy. Vigorous exercise can increase by 20—25 times the demand of the tissues for oxygen. In using the syllabus for any unit, you should first leaf through the pertinent pages. In this section the "on-line Histology Microscope slide collection" consists of a set of digitized images, largely taken from your slide boxes.
A rising level of CO2 causes the bronchioles to dilate. It can be caused by many kinds of both bacteria e. Passing the course requires passing grades for each of the practical and written portions of each exam. Access to most of the information requires that you log in: for user name enter your Kerberos ID e. Chronic bronchitis is usually associated with cigarette smoking.
If you use these "Netscape-like" browsers you must stop then restart your browser and go directly to the Histology area see above and not via the general curriculum page. You must have Java 1. The added strain can lead to heart failure. In all cases, however, after a lecture is completed the slides will be posted on the web for your review.
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The "On-line Histology Modules" are interactive units of color transparencies and electron micrographs. It is also very time-consuming to use it for surveying a significant amount of tissue adequately, and it is expensive and not widely used by practitioners of medicine and pathology except under special circumstances.
Their single cell performs all the necessary functions to keep the organism alive. The lab practical exam will be held on Monday, 28th February.
A cell is essentially genetic material in a gel-like substance surrounded by a membrane. Chloroplasts are found in the cells of plants and other photosynthetic organisms. Certain cells in the medulla oblongata are very sensitive to a drop in pH. Passing the course requires passing grades for each of the practical and written portions of each exam.
Laboratory Each Laboratory session is a hour period during which you will examine and analyze the materials being studied that day using both microscope slides and electron introduction to the fine structure of cells and tissues book of them. Note that a final grade of "incomplete" will be given to any students who fail to return their microscopes.
He also chaired —75 the newly formed department of molecular, cellular, and developmental biology at the University of Colorado at Boulder and served for several years as part-time director of the Marine Biological Laboratory at Woods HoleMassachusetts.
In microscopic anatomy, it is not uncommon to use the naked eye, a microscope ocular, a light microscope with several lenses, and the electron microscope in such an investigation. Having organelles makes eukaryotic cells much more efficient at completing important cellular functions.
The "Histology EMs" and "Histology 35mm slide collection" are images provided for your additional review and use in presentations.
Chronic exposure to irritants causes the number of layers to increase. BurkittB. Essential Histology, D. This video was produced by Nucleus Medical Media. The Syllabus available on line has been enriched with links to pertinent slides in the "Courseware" section see below and with interactive study questions that are found both at the end of each unit and compiled under "Courseware".
The cytoplasm of all cells is surrounded by a membrane called the plasma membrane. If the process continues, the growing mass penetrates the underlying basement membrane.
Color Atlas of Histology, 3rd ed. Porter and Mary A. Additional slide projectors may be obtained from the Audio-Visual Department after p.
A DNA molecule contains a code that can be translated by a cell and tells it how to perform different tasks. Body membranes are thin sheets of tissue that cover the body, line body cavities, and cover organs within the cavities in hollow organs. At the closest point, the surface of the red blood cell is only µm away from the air in the alveolus.
Figure Alveoli(Reproduced with permission from Keith R. Porter and Mary A. Bonneville, An Introduction to the Fine Structure of Cells and Tissues, 4th. ed., Lea & Febiger, ).
The cells of the basal layer of the epidermis (closest to the dermis) are cuboidal to columnar in shape. These cells are actively mitotic, producing new cells that get pushed upward into the overlying layers.
As these cells are pushed up, they become flatter and longer taking on the typical squamous shape. When the cells reach the top, they areFile Size: 1MB. An Introduction to the Fine Structure of Cells and Tissues on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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These cells are actively mitotic, producing new cells that get pushed upward into the overlying layers. As these cells are pushed up, they become flatter and longer taking on the typical squamous shape.
When the cells reach the top, they areFile Size: 1MB. Description Cells and Tissues: An Introduction to Histology and Cell Biology begins by explaining why histology should be studied. Some chapters follow on the techniques for studying cells and tissues, the anatomy of the cell, the epithelia, the connective tissues, and the Edition: 1.An ebook to cells, including the history of their discovery and the development of cell theory.
An introduction to cells, including the history of their discovery and the development of cell theory.
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