By Dongmei Cui MS, William Daley MD, Jonathan D. Fratkin MD, Duane E. Haines PhD, James C. Lynch PhD, John P. Naftel PhD, Gongchao Yang MD
A accomplished histology atlas...with EXTRAS! the original Atlas of Histology with useful and scientific Correlations covers primary histology subject matters, integrates this crucial details with medical issues, and gives a number of possibilities for scholar evaluate. Explanatory textual content in each one bankruptcy combines with accelerated determine legends to supply an atlas that may really be learn.
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22 UNIT 1 ■ Basic Principles of Cell Structure and Function A Lumen Secretory granules Golgi complex Euchromatin in nucleus Nucleolus Rough endoplasmic reticulum Figure 2-9A. Exocrine protein–secreting cells, pancreatic acinar cell. EM, ϫ7,000 There are many examples of glandular epithelial cells that function to synthesize and secrete proteins and glycoproteins into a lumen. All cells have in common the equipment needed for this function, and all cells are distinctly polarized, with a typical arrangement of cellular constituents.
Cui Figure 3-9C. Bronchitis. Bronchitis is a disease marked by acute or chronic inﬂammation of the bronchial tubes (bronchi). ) Cigarette smoking is the leading cause of chronic bronchitis. The inﬂammatory process inhibits the characteristic activity of cilia, which is to trap and eliminate pollutants. Inﬂammation also increases the secretion of mucus. The inﬂamed area of the bronchial wall becomes swollen, and excess mucus may obstruct the airway. In chronic bronchitis, the surface epithelium may undergo hyperplasia and loss of cilia; the pseudostratiﬁed epithelium is often replaced by squamous epithelium.
Chromatin that is highly condensed, or heterochromatin, is much more electron dense than chromatin that is accessible to transcription, or euchromatin. Clumps of heterochromatin tend to be located adjacent to the inner nuclear membrane, with gaps that correspond to sites of nuclear pores. Nucleoli appear similar to heterochromatin but can usually be distinguished by a more complex substructure of granular, ﬁbrous, and nucleolar organizer components. CHAPTER 2 ■ 17 Cell Structure and Function Double membrane of mitochondrion Cristae of mitochondrion Golgi complex Cisternae of rough endoplasmic reticulum Lysosome Figure 2-4.