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Object names starting with "M":

Object Name # of Images Description
M bands 1 A thin dark line located in the center of the A band. Contains M proteins that interconnect myosin filaments.
Macrophage 2 Regulates the immune response. Presents antigens to lymphocytes. Originates from blood monocytes. The best phagocyte in the body. Closely related to dendritic cells of immune system.
Macrophage 2 Regulates the immune response. Presents antigens to lymphocytes. Originates from blood monocytes. The best phagocyte in the body. Closely related to dendritic cells of immune system.
Macrophage 11 Regulates the immune response. Presents antigens to lymphocytes. Originates from blood monocytes. The best phagocyte in the body. Closely related to dendritic cells of immune system.
Macrophage 8 Regulates the immune response. Presents antigens to lymphocytes. Originates from blood monocytes. The best phagocyte in the body. Closely related to dendritic cells of immune system.
Macrophage (possibly) 1 Regulates the immune response. Presents antigens to lymphocytes. Originates from blood monocytes. The best phagocyte in the body. Closely related to dendritic cells of immune system.
Macrophage dense region 1 Area rich in macrophages.
Macrophage dense region 1 Area rich in macrophages.
Macrophage dense regions 1 Areas rich in macrophages.
Macrophage dense regions 1 Areas rich in macrophages.
Macrophage, foot process 1 (Self-explanatory)
Macrophages 1 Regulate the immune response. Present antigens to lymphocytes. Originate from blood monocytes. The best phagocytes in the body. Closely related to dendritic cells of immune system.
Macrophages 3 Regulate the immune response. Present antigens to lymphocytes. Originate from blood monocytes. The best phagocytes in the body. Closely related to dendritic cells of immune system.
Macrophages 1 Regulate the immune response. Present antigens to lymphocytes. Originate from blood monocytes. The best phagocytes in the body. Closely related to dendritic cells of immune system.
Macrophages 9 Regulate the immune response. Present antigens to lymphocytes. Originate from blood monocytes. The best phagocytes in the body. Closely related to dendritic cells of immune system.
Macrophages 5 Regulate the immune response. Present antigens to lymphocytes. Originate from blood monocytes. The best phagocytes in the body. Closely related to dendritic cells of immune system.
Macula 1 Cells sensing posture are located in the vestibular apparatus of the inner ear.
Macula 1 Cells sensing posture are located in the vestibular apparatus of the inner ear.
Macula densa 1 Cells of the wall of the distal tubule when it kisses the glomerulus good-bye form the macula densa. The macula densa is part of the juxtaglomerular apparatus.
Macula densa 2 Cells of the wall of the distal tubule when it kisses the glomerulus good-bye form the macula densa. The macula densa is part of the juxtaglomerular apparatus.
Macula densa 1 Cells of the wall of the distal tubule when it kisses the glomerulus good-bye form the macula densa. The macula densa is part of the juxtaglomerular apparatus.
Macula densa 1 Cells of the wall of the distal tubule when it kisses the glomerulus good-bye form the macula densa. The macula densa is part of the juxtaglomerular apparatus.
Mammary duct system 2 (Self-explanatory)
Mast cell 5 Initiator of the inflammatory response. Produces histamine and other compounds. Has early origins in bone marrow, but migrates to other tissues during development and specializes in response to stem cell growth factor. Most of body's IgE is on them.
Mast cell 3 Initiator of the inflammatory response. Produces histamine and other compounds. Has early origins in bone marrow, but migrates to other tissues during development and specializes in response to stem cell growth factor. Most of body's IgE is on them.
Mast cell 2 Initiator of the inflammatory response. Produces histamine and other compounds. Has early origins in bone marrow, but migrates to other tissues during development and specializes in response to stem cell growth factor. Most of body's IgE is on them.
Mast cell 3 Initiator of the inflammatory response. Produces histamine and other compounds. Has early origins in bone marrow, but migrates to other tissues during development and specializes in response to stem cell growth factor. Most of body's IgE is on them.
Mast cell granules 1 Contain histamine and other compounds important in mediating inflammatory response.
Mast cells 1 Initiators of the inflammatory response. Produce histamine and other compounds. Have early origins in bone marrow, but migrate to other tissues during development and specialize in response to stem cell growth factor. Most of body's IgE is on them.
Mast cells 4 Initiators of the inflammatory response. Produce histamine and other compounds. Have early origins in bone marrow, but migrate to other tissues during development and specialize in response to stem cell growth factor. Most of body's IgE is on them.
Mast cells 1 Initiators of the inflammatory response. Produce histamine and other compounds. Have early origins in bone marrow, but migrate to other tissues during development and specialize in response to stem cell growth factor. Most of body's IgE is on them.
Mast cells 7 Initiators of the inflammatory response. Produce histamine and other compounds. Have early origins in bone marrow, but migrate to other tissues during development and specialize in response to stem cell growth factor. Most of body's IgE is on them.
Mast cells 8 Initiators of the inflammatory response. Produce histamine and other compounds. Have early origins in bone marrow, but migrate to other tissues during development and specialize in response to stem cell growth factor. Most of body's IgE is on them.
Mast cells 3 Initiators of the inflammatory response. Produce histamine and other compounds. Have early origins in bone marrow, but migrate to other tissues during development and specialize in response to stem cell growth factor. Most of body's IgE is on them.
Maternal red blood cells 1 (Self-explanatory)
Maternal red blood cells 1 (Self-explanatory)
Maternal side 1 Maternal side of the placenta.
Maternal side 1 Maternal side of the placenta.
Maternal-fetal barrier 1 Is composed of the syncytiotrophoblast, fetal endothelium, and their fused basal laminae.
Matrix 1 The intercellular substance of connective and supporting tissues. The soluble portion of the inner compartment of the mitochondrion.
Matrix (highly basophilic) 1 The intercellular substance of hyaline cartilage is highly basophilic because of the high content of sulfated glycosaminoglycans.
Matrix (highly basophilic) 1 The intercellular substance of hyaline cartilage is highly basophilic because of the high content of sulfated glycosaminoglycans.
Matted cilia 1 Cilia of the olfactory epithelium are actually dendritic processes containing olfactory receptors. Matted cilia are also found in the ductuli efferentes.
Mature (Graafian) follicle 1 This is a Graafian follicle close to ovulation.
Media 1 Middle layer of blood vessels, usually composed of helically-arranged smooth muscle.
Media 1 Middle layer of blood vessels, usually composed of helically-arranged smooth muscle.
Media 3 Middle layer of blood vessels, usually composed of helically-arranged smooth muscle.
Media 3 Middle layer of blood vessels, usually composed of helically-arranged smooth muscle.
Media 4 Middle layer of blood vessels, usually composed of helically-arranged smooth muscle.
Median eminence 1 Contains axons from hypothalamic neurons. The hormones from these are released into the hypothalamohypophyseal portal vascular system.
Medulla 2 The inner portion of an organ or its part, as distinguished from the outer portion, or cortex.
Medulla 2 The inner portion of an organ or its part, as distinguished from the outer portion, or cortex.
Medulla 1 The inner portion of an organ or its part, as distinguished from the outer portion, or cortex.
Medullary cord 1 The medullary cord in lymph nodes is a collection of cells (lymphocytes, macrophages, and dendritic cells).
Medullary ray 1 Connects the kidney cortex with the medulla. Composed of descending (straight proximal) and ascending (straight distal) thick limbs of Henle and collecting ducts.
Medullary rays 1 Connect the kidney cortex with the medulla. Composed of descending (straight proximal) and ascending (straight distal) thick limbs of Henle and collecting ducts.
Medullary sinusoids 2 The medulla of a lymph node is said to be composed of sinuses (or sinusoids) and cellular cords. The sinuses eventually lead into the efferent lymphatic vessels.
Megakaryocyte 1 The mother cell of platelets. Located in the bone marrow. Very large cells.
Megakaryocyte 2 The mother cell of platelets. Located in the bone marrow. Very large cells.
Meibomian gland 1 Large, specialized sebaceous gland in the eyelid.
Meibomian gland 1 Large, specialized sebaceous gland in the eyelid.
Meibomian gland 1 Large, specialized sebaceous gland in the eyelid.
Melanin pigment 1 Melanins are heterogeneous dark pigments composed of oxidation products of tyrosine, tryptophan and other compounds. They are thought to form spontaneously within cells via a free-radical mechanism. They are commonly found in skin.
Melanocyte ? 1 Produce melanin. Melanocytes are cells without cell-to-cell attachments. That's why they often seem to have a halo. Melanocytes are derived from the neural crest.
Melanocytes (probably) 1 Produce melanin. Melanocytes are cells without cell-to-cell attachments. That's why they often seem to have a halo. Melanocytes are derived from the neural crest.
Membrane of synaptic ending 1 (Self-explanatory)
Mesangial cells 1 Surround capillaries in the glomerulus, opposite podocytes. Clean up the basal lamina. May have some role in blood pressure regulation within the glomerulus.
Mesangial or podocyte nuclei 1 Surround capillaries in the glomerulus, opposite podocytes. Clean up the basal lamina. May have some role in blood pressure regulation within the glomerulus. In the LM one can't distinguish between mesangial cell nuclei and podocyte nuclei.
Mesangial or podocyte nuclei 1 Surround capillaries in the glomerulus, opposite podocytes. Clean up the basal lamina. May have some role in blood pressure regulation within the glomerulus. In the LM one can't distinguish between mesangial cell nuclei and podocyte nuclei.
Micotubules - nine doublets 1 These together with dynein (and possibly other motor proteins) are the engines for cilia.
Microfibrils 1 Associated with elastic protein.
Microtubular triplet 1 The microtubules of centrioles are arranged in triplets.
Microtubule l.s. 1 A tubular structure composed of tubulin. Involved in mobility and in the maintenance of cellular integrity.
Microtubule l.s. 1 A tubular structure composed of tubulin. Involved in mobility and in the maintenance of cellular integrity.
Microtubules 1 Tubular structures composed of tubulin. Involved in mobility and in the maintenance of cellular integrity.
Microtubules 2 Tubular structures composed of tubulin. Involved in mobility and in the maintenance of cellular integrity.
Microtubules c.s. 2 Tubular structures composed of tubulin. Involved in mobility and in the maintenance of cellular integrity.
Microtubules, c.s. 1 Tubular structures composed of tubulin. Involved in mobility and in the maintenance of cellular integrity.
Microvilli 5 Surface specializations to increase absorption. Glycosylated proteins are abundant. Actin forms the core.
Microvilli 4 Surface specializations to increase absorption. Glycosylated proteins are abundant. Actin forms the core.
Microvilli 2 Surface specializations to increase absorption. Glycosylated proteins are abundant. Actin forms the core.
Microvilli 3 Surface specializations to increase absorption. Glycosylated proteins are abundant. Actin forms the core.
Microvilli (giant) 1 Surface specializations to increase absorption. Actin forms the core. Sometimes they are large, possibly to provide greater absorptive surface. Hair cells of the inner ear also have giant microvilli, but they are stiff and form a rigid bundle.
Microvilli c.s. 1 Surface specialization to increase absorption. Glycosylated proteins are abundant. Actin forms the core.
Microvilli of brush border 1 Surface specialization to increase absorption. Glycosylated proteins are abundant. Actin forms the core.
Microvillous border 1 Surface specialization to increase absorption. Glycosylated proteins are abundant. Actin forms the core.
Microvillous border 1 Surface specialization to increase absorption. Glycosylated proteins are abundant. Actin forms the core.
Milk in alveoli 1 In the female breast.
Mitochondria 4 Spherical or cigar-shaped organelles, bounded by a double membrane, associated with aerobic energy (ATP) production from oxidation of fuels. Can sometimes be seen in the LM. Semi-autonomous with their own DNA, RNA, and ribosomes. Accumulate calcium.
Mitochondria 3 Spherical or cigar-shaped organelles, bounded by a double membrane, associated with aerobic energy (ATP) production from oxidation of fuels. Can sometimes be seen in the LM. Semi-autonomous with their own DNA, RNA, and ribosomes. Accumulate calcium.
Mitochondria 5 Spherical or cigar-shaped organelles, bounded by a double membrane, associated with aerobic energy (ATP) production from oxidation of fuels. Can sometimes be seen in the LM. Semi-autonomous with their own DNA, RNA, and ribosomes. Accumulate calcium.
Mitochondria 2 Spherical or cigar-shaped organelles, bounded by a double membrane, associated with aerobic energy (ATP) production from oxidation of fuels. Can sometimes be seen in the LM. Semi-autonomous with their own DNA, RNA, and ribosomes. Accumulate calcium.
Mitochondria 10 Spherical or cigar-shaped organelles, bounded by a double membrane, associated with aerobic energy (ATP) production from oxidation of fuels. Can sometimes be seen in the LM. Semi-autonomous with their own DNA, RNA, and ribosomes. Accumulate calcium.
Mitochondria and granules 2 Spherical or cigar-shaped organelles, bounded by a double membrane, associated with energy production. Can sometimes be seen in the LM. Accumulate calcium. Granules in the oocyte cytoplasm are precursors of cortical granules.
Mitochondria w/tubular cristae 1 Steroid secreting cells often have mitochondria with tubular cristae.
Mitochondria? 1 Spherical or cigar-shaped organelles, bounded by a double membrane, associated with aerobic energy (ATP) production from oxidation of fuels. Can sometimes be seen in the LM. Semi-autonomous with their own DNA, RNA, and ribosomes. Accumulate calcium.
Mitochondria? 1 Spherical or cigar-shaped organelles, bounded by a double membrane, associated with aerobic energy (ATP) production from oxidation of fuels. Can sometimes be seen in the LM. Semi-autonomous with their own DNA, RNA, and ribosomes. Accumulate calcium.
Mitochondrion 1 Spherical or cigar-shaped organelle, bounded by a double membrane, associated with aerobic energy (ATP) production from oxidation of fuels. Can sometimes be seen in the LM. Semi-autonomous with their own DNA, RNA, and ribosomes. Accumulate calcium.
Mitotic cell 1 Cell undergoing mitosis. In this case, in lymphoid tissue.
Mitotic figure 1 It is important to recognize mitotic figures because they are abundant only in epithelia ( especially of the GI tract), lymphoid tissue, and reproductive tissues of a healthy human adult. Abundant mitotic figures elsewhere may indicate a malignancy.
Mitotic figure 3 It is important to recognize mitotic figures because they are abundant only in epithelia ( especially of the GI tract), lymphoid tissue, and reproductive tissues of a healthy human adult. Abundant mitotic figures elsewhere may indicate a malignancy.
Mitotic figure 1 It is important to recognize mitotic figures because they are abundant only in epithelia ( especially of the GI tract), lymphoid tissue, and reproductive tissues of a healthy human adult. Abundant mitotic figures elsewhere may indicate a malignancy.
Mitotic figure (metaphase) 1 Phase where spindle apparatus develops and the chromosomes arrange on the equatorial plate.
Mitotic figure (telophase) 2 Phase where two daughter cells form.
Mitotic figure (telophase) 2 Phase where two daughter cells form.
Mitotic figures 1 It is important to recognize mitotic figures because they are abundant only in epithelia ( especially of the GI tract), lymphoid tissue, and reproductive tissues of a healthy human adult. Abundant mitotic figures elsewhere may indicate a malignancy.
Mitotic figures 4 It is important to recognize mitotic figures because they are abundant only in epithelia ( especially of the GI tract), lymphoid tissue, and reproductive tissues of a healthy human adult. Abundant mitotic figures elsewhere may indicate a malignancy.
Mitotic figures 1 It is important to recognize mitotic figures because they are abundant only in epithelia ( especially of the GI tract), lymphoid tissue, and reproductive tissues of a healthy human adult. Abundant mitotic figures elsewhere may indicate a malignancy.
Mitotic figures 4 It is important to recognize mitotic figures because they are abundant only in epithelia ( especially of the GI tract), lymphoid tissue, and reproductive tissues of a healthy human adult. Abundant mitotic figures elsewhere may indicate a malignancy.
Mitotic figures (granulosa) 1 It is important to recognize mitotic figures because they are abundant only in epithelia ( especially of the GI tract), lymphoid tissue, and reproductive tissues of a healthy human adult. Abundant mitotic figures elsewhere may indicate a malignancy.
Mitotic figures (metaphase) 1 Phase where spindle apparatus develops and the chromosomes arrange on the equatorial plate.
Mixed artery wall 1 A mixed artery is a transitional type combining the features from elastic and muscular arteries.
Moat 1 The space surrounding the vallate papilla in the tongue.,
Modiolar bone 1 Axis of the bony labyrinth in the cochlea of the inner ear.
Modiolus 1 Axis of the bony labyrinth in the cochlea of the inner ear.
Molecular cell layer 1 Outermost (most superficial) layer of the cerebellar cortex. It is called molecular because relatively fewer neurons are present.
Molecular cell layer 1 Outermost (most superficial) layer of the cerebellar cortex. It is called molecular because relatively fewer neurons are present.
Molecular layer 1 Outermost (most superficial) layer of the cerebellar cortex. It is called molecular because relatively fewer neurons are present.
Molecular layer neurons 1 Outermost (most superficial) layer of the cerebellar cortex. It is called molecular because relatively fewer neurons are present.
Monocyte 1 Peripheral blood leukocyte originating from bone marrow. After leaving blood and entering other tissues it can differentiate into macrophages or dendritic cells depending upon the stimulus.
Monocyte 1 Peripheral blood leukocyte originating from bone marrow. After leaving blood and entering other tissues it can differentiate into macrophages or dendritic cells depending upon the stimulus.
Monocyte 1 Peripheral blood leukocyte originating from bone marrow. After leaving blood and entering other tissues it can differentiate into macrophages or dendritic cells depending upon the stimulus.
Monocytes 1 Peripheral blood leukocytes originating from bone marrow. After leaving blood and entering other tissues they can differentiate into macrophages or dendritic cells depending upon the stimulus.
Monocytes 1 Peripheral blood leukocytes originating from bone marrow. After leaving blood and entering other tissues they can differentiate into macrophages or dendritic cells depending upon the stimulus.
Monocytes 2 Peripheral blood leukocytes originating from bone marrow. After leaving blood and entering other tissues they can differentiate into macrophages or dendritic cells depending upon the stimulus.
Motor cortex 1 Area of the brain involved in directing voluntary movement.
Motor neuron 1 Carries impulses involved in movement.
Motor neuron 1 Carries impulses involved in movement.
Motor neurons 1 Carry impulses involved in movement.
Mucosa 1 Composed of epithelium, glands, lamina propria, and muscularis mucosa. Often referred to as mucous membrane.
Mucosa 3 Composed of epithelium, glands, lamina propria, and muscularis mucosa. Often referred to as mucous membrane.
Mucosa 5 Composed of epithelium, glands, lamina propria, and muscularis mucosa. Often referred to as mucous membrane.
Mucosa 4 Composed of epithelium, glands, lamina propria, and muscularis mucosa. Often referred to as mucous membrane.
Mucosa 3 Composed of epithelium, glands, lamina propria, and muscularis mucosa. Often referred to as mucous membrane.
Mucosa 4 Composed of epithelium, glands, lamina propria, and muscularis mucosa. Often referred to as mucous membrane.
Mucosal glands 1 Glands whose location is restricted to the mucosa.
Mucous acini 1 The secretory units of a mucous gland. Intracellularly stored mucus often presses the nucleus toward the basal part of the cells. In fixation the mucus dissolves away, leaving a foamy appearance.
Mucous gland duct 2 A cellular tube serving as a passage for air, secretory, and excretory products.
Mucous gland duct 1 A cellular tube serving as a passage for air, secretory, and excretory products.
Mucous gland ducts 1 Cellular tubes serving as a passage for air, secretory, and excretory products.
Mucous glands 1 Mucus-secreting glands. Intracellularly stored mucus often presses the nucleus toward the basal part of the cells. In fixation the mucus dissolves away, leaving a foamy appearance.
Mucous glands 2 Mucus-secreting glands. Intracellularly stored mucus often presses the nucleus toward the basal part of the cells. In fixation the mucus dissolves away, leaving a foamy appearance.
Mucous glands of submucosa 1 In the GI tract submucosal glands are found only in the esophagus, tongue, and duodenum.
Mucous lingual glands 1 In the GI tract submucosal glands are found only in the esophagus, tongue, and duodenum.
Mucus 1 A highly viscous clear lubricating fluid produced by goblet cells and mixed and mucous glands. Rich in proteoglycans.
Mucus 2 A highly viscous clear lubricating fluid produced by goblet cells and mixed and mucous glands. Rich in proteoglycans.
Mucus 1 A highly viscous clear lubricating fluid produced by goblet cells and mixed and mucous glands. Rich in proteoglycans.
Mucus 3 A highly viscous clear lubricating fluid produced by goblet cells and mixed and mucous glands. Rich in proteoglycans.
Mucus 2 A highly viscous clear lubricating fluid produced by goblet cells and mixed and mucous glands. Rich in proteoglycans.
Mucus droplets 1 In well preserved specimens the mucus appears as droplets.
Mucus secreting cells 2 Mucus-secreting glands. Intracellularly stored mucus often presses the nucleus toward the basal part of the cells. In fixation the mucus dissolves away, leaving a foamy appearance.
Multiform layer 1 Innermost (VI) layer of the cerebral cortex.
Multilaminar primary follicles 1 Developing primary follicles in the ovary.
Multilaminar primary follicles 1 Developing primary follicles in the ovary.
Muscle fiber 1 A muscle cell.
Muscle layer 1 (Self-explanatory)
Muscle layer 1 (Self-explanatory)
Muscular (coronary) artery wall 1 The beginning of the coronary artery is a muscular (distributing) artery.
Muscular artery 1 A distributing artery. The thickest layer of the wall is the media, composed of smooth muscle.
Muscular artery 1 A distributing artery. The thickest layer of the wall is the media, composed of smooth muscle.
Muscular artery 2 A distributing artery. The thickest layer of the wall is the media, composed of smooth muscle.
Muscular artery 1 A distributing artery. The thickest layer of the wall is the media, composed of smooth muscle.
Muscular artery lumen 1 (Self-explanatory)
Muscularis externa 1 Circular and longitudinal smooth muscle layers responsible for peristalsis.
Muscularis externa 4 Circular and longitudinal smooth muscle layers responsible for peristalsis.
Muscularis externa 3 Circular and longitudinal smooth muscle layers responsible for peristalsis.
Muscularis externa 2 Circular and longitudinal smooth muscle layers responsible for peristalsis.
Muscularis externa 4 Circular and longitudinal smooth muscle layers responsible for peristalsis.
Muscularis externa 3 Circular and longitudinal smooth muscle layers responsible for peristalsis.
Muscularis externa (skeletal) 1 The muscularis externa of the esophagus is composed of skeletal muscle, but is not under voluntary control.
Muscularis externa (skeletal) 1 The muscularis externa of the esophagus is composed of skeletal muscle, but is not under voluntary control.
Muscularis mucosa 2 Smooth muscle layer of the mucosa. Some consider this to be the border between the mucosa and submucosa.
Muscularis mucosa 1 Smooth muscle layer of the mucosa. Some consider this to be the border between the mucosa and submucosa.
Muscularis mucosa 4 Smooth muscle layer of the mucosa. Some consider this to be the border between the mucosa and submucosa.
Muscularis mucosa 5 Smooth muscle layer of the mucosa. Some consider this to be the border between the mucosa and submucosa.
Muscularis mucosa 4 Smooth muscle layer of the mucosa. Some consider this to be the border between the mucosa and submucosa.
Muscularis mucosa 1 Smooth muscle layer of the mucosa. Some consider this to be the border between the mucosa and submucosa.
Muscularis mucosae 1 Smooth muscle layer of the mucosa. Some consider this to be the border between the mucosa and submucosa.
Muscularis mucosae 1 Smooth muscle layer of the mucosa. Some consider this to be the border between the mucosa and submucosa.
Muscularis mucosae 2 Smooth muscle layer of the mucosa. Some consider this to be the border between the mucosa and submucosa.
Muscularis mucosae 2 Smooth muscle layer of the mucosa. Some consider this to be the border between the mucosa and submucosa.
Myelin sheath 2 Insulating sheath rich in sphingolipids.
Myelin sheath 2 Insulating sheath rich in sphingolipids.
Myelin sheath around neuron 1 The bipolar neurons of the inner ear are unique in that the perikaryon is also covered by a thin myelin sheath.
Myelin sheaths 1 Insulating sheaths rich in sphingolipids.
Myelinated (Trigeminal?) nerve 1 This myelinated nerve is probably a branch of the trigeminal (V) nerve. One should compare this to the unmyelinated fibers of the olfactory nerve in the vicinity.
Myelinated axons 1 Axons with a myelin sheath.
Myelinated nerve fiber bundle 1 This myelinated nerve is probably a branch of the trigeminal (V) nerve. One should compare this to the unmyelinated fibers of the olfactory nerve in the vicinity.
Myelinated nerve fibers 1 The myelin sheath and the Nodes of Ranvier result in increased conduction velocity.
Myelinated nerve fibers 1 The myelin sheath and the Nodes of Ranvier result in increased conduction velocity.
Myelinated nerve fibers 1 The myelin sheath and the Nodes of Ranvier result in increased conduction velocity.
Myelinated nerve fibers (cs) 1 The myelin sheath and the Nodes of Ranvier result in increased conduction velocity.
Myelinated nerve fibers (ls) 1 The myelin sheath and the Nodes of Ranvier result in increased conduction velocity.
Myenteric nerve plexus 1 Auerbach's plexus is located between the circular and longitudinal muscle layers in the intestine.
Myocardium 1 Middle layer of the heart. Composed of cardiac muscle. Equivalent to the tunica media of blood vessels.
Myocardium 1 Middle layer of the heart. Composed of cardiac muscle. Equivalent to the tunica media of blood vessels.
Myocardium 3 Middle layer of the heart. Composed of cardiac muscle. Equivalent to the tunica media of blood vessels.
Myocardium 5 Middle layer of the heart. Composed of cardiac muscle. Equivalent to the tunica media of blood vessels.
Myoepithelial cell processes 2 Processes of stellate cells surrounding secretory portions of several exocrine glands. Stellate cells resemble smooth muscle but are of ectodermal origin. Contract and help expel contents.
Myoepithelial cells 1 Specialized cells which are contractile and aid in secretion of glandular fluids.
Myoid cell layer 1 Surrounds seminiferous tubules. They resemble both fibroblasts and smooth muscle cells.
Myoid cell layer 1 Surrounds seminiferous tubules. They resemble both fibroblasts and smooth muscle cells.
Myoid cell nuclei 1 Prominent membrane-bounded organelle in a eukaryotic cell containing DNA. Site of synthesis of various RNA's.
Myometrium 1 Middle layer of the uterus. Composed mostly of smooth muscle.
Myometrium 1 Middle layer of the uterus. Composed mostly of smooth muscle.
Myometrium 2 Middle layer of the uterus. Composed mostly of smooth muscle.
Myometrium 3 Middle layer of the uterus. Composed mostly of smooth muscle.
Myometrium (smooth muscle) 1 Middle layer of the uterus. Composed mostly of smooth muscle.

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