By Alice S. Pakurar
Praise for the 1st Edition:
"An very good source to check basic thoughts that craft our realizing of the human body."
—The American Biology Teacher
Digital Histology: An Interactive CD Atlas with evaluate Text bargains an entire creation to histology with beautifully transparent and punctiliously classified photos andillustrations inside a chic navigation constitution. whereas the broadcast publication offers a convenient, consistentlystructured define on your overview of key concerns in thestudy of human histology, the CD-ROM is an inter-active, annotated electronic colour atlas of micrographs.
Features new to this version include:
Over 1,200 gentle and electron microscopic pictures (almost 500 extra photographs than within the first version) that may be superimposed with labels and descriptive legends
New electron micrographs with diagrammatic overlays highlighting structural features
New sections on mitosis and meiosis, which comprise stage-by-stage diagrams detailing structural events
A side-by-side diagrammatic comparability of thestages of mitosis and meiosis
Expanded insurance of assisting cells in anxious tissue; gametogenesis within the female and male reproductive platforms; and hemopoiesis
The CD-ROM offers interactive studying on either Mac and computing device systems. as well as its 1000's of latest photos, this re-creation includes a navigational device that tracks present destinations in the contents, in addition to permitting linear and nonlinear entry to any display. It additionally beneficial properties randomized viewing of pictures, specially useful to take advantage of along the self-quizzes.
Digital Histology is an critical studying instrument for college students and academics in drugs, histology, human biology, anatomy and body structure, and pathology.
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Resorption canal ᭜ Is a cylindrical, longitudinal tunnel formed as compact bone on the interior of bone is resorbed 5. Supporting Connective Tissues ᭜ ᭜ ᭜ ᭜ ᭜ 49 Appears in cross-section as an irregularly shaped, bony surface lined with an endosteum containing osteoclasts Usually extends past cement lines, eroding through portions of several osteons. Therefore, remnants of resorbed osteons may surround the resorption canal. Is not lined by concentric lamellae as are osteons When resorption stops, osteoblasts begin ﬁlling in a resorption canal by centripetal (from outside to inside) deposition of new lamellae, forming a new osteon.
Well vascularized and richly innervated Endosteum ᭜ Is composed of a single row of osteoblasts, osteoclasts, and/or osteo-progenitor cells that lines all interior surfaces of bone except for lacunae and canaliculi ᭜ Serves as a means of bone growth and/or resorption Microscopic Appearance of Bone (Related to the Age of a Bone) ➢ Woven or immature bone is the ﬁrst bone deposited. ᭹ May be either spongy or compact ᭹ Referred to as woven bone because ﬁbers are deposited in a random array ᭹ Contains osteocytes that are more numerous and spherical than those of lamellar bone.
Osteoblasts in the endosteum or in the osteogenic layer of the periosteum secrete and lay down lamellae of bone. ᭜ Lamellae conform to the shape of the bone or cartilage on which they are deposited: Lamellae deposited around a cylindrical cavity form an osteon. Circumferential lamellae form on the inner and outer surfaces of bone from the endosteum or periosteum, respectively. Endosteum adds lamellae to trabeculae of spongy bone. Endochondral Bone Formation ➢ Formation of bone by replacement of a preexisting hyaline cartilage template.