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Histology for Pathologists by S.E. Mills

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BRS Cell Biology and Histology (Board Review Series)

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Hyaline cartilage

Hyaline Cartilage Definition Firstly, let us ask, what is cartilage? Cartilage is a tough and flexible material. It can be... Read More

Comparative Bone Histology of Adult Horses (Equus caballus) and Cows (Bos taurus)

Zedda M, Lepore G, Manca P, Chisu V, Farina V. Department of Animal Biology, University of Sassari, via Vienna 2, 07100,... Read More


Histology (Science: study) The study of cells and tissue on the microscopic... Read More

Shadowing histology

shadowing (histology) The technique of spraying a tissue specimen with a thin coat of a heavy metal such as platinum. The... Read More

Pathologic histology

pathologic histology --> histopathology (Science: study) This is the science concerned with the study of microscopic changes... Read More

Technique makes it easier to see mouse embryo in all its glory

A fast, high-resolution, 3D mouse embryo visualization technique developed by collaborators at the University of Texas... Read More


Spermatogenesis is the biological process of producing mature sperm cells, and occurs in the male gonad of a sexually... Read More

Simple squamous epithelium

Simple Squamous Epithelium Definition Simple squamous epithelium, also known as simple squamous epithelial tissue or... Read More

Basal surface

Definition noun (histology) The edge of the cell or tissue facing the underlying connective tissue (dentistry) The... Read More

Human Anatomy & Physiology Lab Manual, Cat Version, Update with Access to PhysioEx 6.0 (8th Edition)

Human Anatomy & Physiology Lab Manual, Cat Version, Update with Access to PhysioEx 6.0 (8th... Read More

Basal lamina

Definition noun (histology) A layer of extracellular matrix found on the basal surface of epithelial cells, and which is... Read More


An epithelium is a type of animal tissue made up of densely packed cells (called epithelial cells) that rest on a basement... Read More


Definition noun, plural: strata (1) (histology) Any from the layers of tissues arranged one atop another, thus forming an... Read More

Keratins: Cell biology and its normal and pathology functional significance

ROJAS, Mariana, MARTINEZ-GARCIA, Francisco, COBO, Paz et al. Abstract : Keratins are intermediate filaments of the... Read More

Elsevier’s Dictionary of Medicine and Biology: in English, Greek, German, Italian and Latin

Elsevier's Dictionary of Medicine and Biology: in English, Greek, German, Italian and Latin    ... Read More


Definition noun, plural: lacunae (histology) The small cavity containing an osteocyte in bone, or a chondrocyte in... Read More

Bone matrix

Definition noun The intercellular substance of the bone tissue; that part of bone tissue comprised of organic and inorganic... Read More

Victoria blue

Victoria blue Any of several blue diphenylnaphthylmethane derivatives; used as a stain in histology. Origin: Queen... Read More

Foveolar cell

Definition noun, plural: foveolar cells Any of the epithelial cells that line the surface of gastric mucosa and gastric... Read More


Histologist One versed in... Read More

Stratified columnar epithelium

A stratified columnar epithelium (plural: stratified columnar epithelia) is a type of stratified epithelium in which the... Read More

Cresol red

Cresol red (Science: chemical) a reddish-brown powder which can be dissolved in water or alcohol that has the chemical... Read More


Definition noun, plural: chromomeres (genetics) One of the beadlike granules that are arranged in a linear series along the... Read More

Light green sf yellowish

Light green sf yellowish An acid arylmethane dye, used as a cytoplasmic stain in plant and animal histology; fades badly in... Read More


Definition noun A type of cartilage that has a fibrous matrix and approaching fibrous connective tissue in... Read More

Lysosomal enzyme

Definition noun plural: lysosomal enzymes ly·so·somal en·zyme, ˈlaɪsəˌsoʊm əl ˈɛnzaɪm (biochemistry) Any of... Read More


Definition noun plural: lysosomes ly·so·some, ˈlaɪsəˌsoʊm (cell biology) Organelle containing a large range of... Read More

Microscopic anatomy

microscopic anatomy The branch of anatomy in which the structure of cells, tissues, and organs is studied with the light... Read More


Sarcolemma Definition What is the sarcolemma? It is the thin, transparent, extensible plasma membrane of the muscle cell.... Read More

Muscle epithelium

Definition noun (histology) Tissue comprised of myoepithelial cells arranged obliquely or longitudinally in sweat glands,... Read More

Mononuclear phagocyte system

Definition noun A system of cells located in reticular connective tissue, and are associated primarily with phagocytosis and... Read More

Malpighian tubule

Definition noun, plural: Malpighian tubules A tubule extending from the interior (alimentary canal) to the exterior of many... Read More


Definition noun, plural: myoepithelia (histology) A tissue comprised of myoepithelial cells characterized by having muscle... Read More

Renal pyramid

Definition noun, plural: renal pyramids A conical mass of tissues as seen on longitudinal section of the kidney and... Read More

Phosphotungstic acid haematoxylin

phosphotungstic acid haematoxylin A stain with broad application in cytology and histology; nuclei, mitochrondria, fibrin,... Read More


Hydrotomy (Science: procedure) in histology, tearing apart the tissue elements by injection of water. Origin: hydro-- g.... Read More


Cellule --> cellula 1. In gross anatomy, a small but macroscopic compartment. Synonym: cellule. 2. In histology, a... Read More


Haemalum a solution of haematoxylin and alum used as a nuclear stain in histology, especially with eosin as a... Read More