Cell and Tissue Biology

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Object names starting with "N":

Object Name # of Images Description
Neck mucous cell nuclei 1 Neck mucous cells are believed to be the stem cells for all the other cells in the mucosal glands of the stomach. The cell is squeezed between other cells which makes it difficult to identify.
Neck mucous cell nucleus 1 Neck mucous cells are believed to be the stem cells for all the other cells in the mucosal glands of the stomach. The cell is squeezed between other cells which makes it difficult to identify.
Nerve 1 A tissue specialized to receive stimuli and conduct and transmit impulses throughout the central and peripheral nervous system.
Nerve and motor end-plate 1 The motor end-plate transmits signals from a neuron to the associated skeletal muscle fiber.
Nerve cells (enteric?) 1 The enteric nervous system may have as many neurons as the brain.
Nerve fiber 1 Classifications: a) myelinated, b) non-myelinated, c) central, d) peripheral, e) afferent, f) efferent, g) motor, h) sensory, i) autonomic j) enteric
Nerve fiber 1 Classifications: a) myelinated, b) non-myelinated, c) central, d) peripheral, e) afferent, f) efferent, g) motor, h) sensory, i) autonomic j) enteric
Nerve fiber 2 Classifications: a) myelinated, b) non-myelinated, c) central, d) peripheral, e) afferent, f) efferent, g) motor, h) sensory, i) autonomic j) enteric
Nerve fiber bundle 1 A bundle of myelinated and unmyelinated nerve fibers and their supporting structures.
Nerve fiber bundle 3 A bundle of myelinated and unmyelinated nerve fibers and their supporting structures.
Nerve fiber bundle 2 A bundle of myelinated and unmyelinated nerve fibers and their supporting structures.
Nerve fiber bundle 2 A bundle of myelinated and unmyelinated nerve fibers and their supporting structures.
Nerve fibers 1 Classifications: a) myelinated, b) non-myelinated, c) central, d) peripheral, e) afferent, f) efferent, g) motor, h) sensory, i) autonomic j) enteric
Nerve fibers 1 Classifications: a) myelinated, b) non-myelinated, c) central, d) peripheral, e) afferent, f) efferent, g) motor, h) sensory, i) autonomic j) enteric
Nerve fibers 1 Classifications: a) myelinated, b) non-myelinated, c) central, d) peripheral, e) afferent, f) efferent, g) motor, h) sensory, i) autonomic j) enteric
Nerve fibers 1 Classifications: a) myelinated, b) non-myelinated, c) central, d) peripheral, e) afferent, f) efferent, g) motor, h) sensory, i) autonomic j) enteric
Nerve fibers 3 Classifications: a) myelinated, b) non-myelinated, c) central, d) peripheral, e) afferent, f) efferent, g) motor, h) sensory, i) autonomic j) enteric
Nerve fibers 2 Classifications: a) myelinated, b) non-myelinated, c) central, d) peripheral, e) afferent, f) efferent, g) motor, h) sensory, i) autonomic j) enteric
Nerve fibers c.s. 1 Classifications: a) myelinated, b) non-myelinated, c) central, d) peripheral, e) afferent, f) efferent, g) motor, h) sensory, i) autonomic j) enteric
Nerves with myelinated axons 1 Individual myelinated nerve fibers.
Neurofilaments c.s. 1 Belong to the category of intermediate filaments. Aid in the maintenance of structure.
Neurohypophysis 1 Composed of median eminence, infundibulum, and pars nervosa. Derived from bottom of diencephalon. Stores and releases oxytocin and vasopressin.
Neurohypophysis 1 Composed of median eminence, infundibulum, and pars nervosa. Derived from bottom of diencephalon. Stores and releases oxytocin and vasopressin.
Neurohypophysis 3 Composed of median eminence, infundibulum, and pars nervosa. Derived from bottom of diencephalon. Stores and releases oxytocin and vasopressin.
Neurohypophysis 4 Composed of median eminence, infundibulum, and pars nervosa. Derived from bottom of diencephalon. Stores and releases oxytocin and vasopressin.
Neuron 1 Specialized to receive stimuli and conduct and transmit impulses throughout the central and peripheral nervous system.
Neuron 1 Specialized to receive stimuli and conduct and transmit impulses throughout the central and peripheral nervous system.
Neuron nuclei 1 Prominent membrane-bounded organelle in a eukaryotic cell containing DNA. Site of synthesis of various RNA's. The neuron nuclei are pale staining, euchromatic.
Neuron nucleoli 1 Nucleoli are the site of rRNA synthesis and are especially prominent in neurons.
Neuron, perikaryon 1 The cell body of a neuron.
Neurons 1 Specialized to receive stimuli and conduct and transmit impulses throughout the central and peripheral nervous system.
Neutrophil 1 Most frequently-occurring leukocyte in blood. Avid phagocytes, but usually die in the process. First defense against bacterial infection. Lobulated nucleus. Migrate into other tissues. Granules contain various substances.
Neutrophil 1 Most frequently-occurring leukocyte in blood. Avid phagocytes, but usually die in the process. First defense against bacterial infection. Lobulated nucleus. Migrate into other tissues. Granules contain various substances.
Neutrophil 2 Most frequently-occurring leukocyte in blood. Avid phagocytes, but usually die in the process. First defense against bacterial infection. Lobulated nucleus. Migrate into other tissues. Granules contain various substances.
Neutrophil 6 Most frequently-occurring leukocyte in blood. Avid phagocytes, but usually die in the process. First defense against bacterial infection. Lobulated nucleus. Migrate into other tissues. Granules contain various substances.
Neutrophil 2 Most frequently-occurring leukocyte in blood. Avid phagocytes, but usually die in the process. First defense against bacterial infection. Lobulated nucleus. Migrate into other tissues. Granules contain various substances.
Neutrophil (multilobular) 1 Most frequently-occurring leukocyte in blood. Avid phagocytes, but usually die in the process. First defense against bacterial infection. Lobulated nucleus. Migrate into other tissues. Granules contain various substances.
Neutrophils 5 Most frequently-occurring leukocytes in blood. Avid phagocytes, but usually die in the process. First defense against bacterial infection. Lobulated nucleus. Migrate into other tissues. Granules contain various substances.
Neutrophils 1 Most frequently-occurring leukocytes in blood. Avid phagocytes, but usually die in the process. First defense against bacterial infection. Lobulated nucleus. Migrate into other tissues. Granules contain various substances.
Nissl substance 1 This consists of rRNA of free or attached ribosomes. Appears in clumps in LM.
Nissl substance (RNA) 1 This consists of rRNA of free or attached ribosomes. Appears in clumps in LM.
Nissl substance (RNA) 1 This consists of rRNA of free or attached ribosomes. Appears in clumps in LM.
Node of Ranvier 2 Small area between two myelin sheaths. Serves to increase rate of conduction. Abounds with sodium channels.
Node of Ranvier 1 Small area between two myelin sheaths. Serves to increase rate of conduction. Abounds with sodium channels.
Nonkeratinized epithelium 3 Stratified (multi-layered) epithelium whose surface cells are squamous in shape and tend to slough off. Usually found on moist surfaces, e.g., mouth.
Nonkeratinized stratified epith 1 Stratified (multi-layered) epithelium whose surface cells are squamous in shape and tend to slough off. Usually found on moist surfaces, e.g., mouth.
Nonkeratinized stratified epith 2 Stratified (multi-layered) epithelium whose surface cells are squamous in shape and tend to slough off. Usually found on moist surfaces, e.g., mouth.
Nonkeratinized stratified epith 1 Stratified (multi-layered) epithelium whose surface cells are squamous in shape and tend to slough off. Usually found on moist surfaces, e.g., mouth.
Nuclear pore 1 Channel through the nuclear envelope that allows selected molecules to move between nucleus and cytoplasm.
Nuclear pore 1 Channel through the nuclear envelope that allows selected molecules to move between nucleus and cytoplasm.
Nuclear pores 1 Channels through the nuclear envelope that allow selected molecules to move between nucleus and cytoplasm.
Nuclear pores 1 Channels through the nuclear envelope that allow selected molecules to move between nucleus and cytoplasm.
Nuclei of podocytes 1 (self-explanatory)
Nuclei of rods 1 Nuclei of rod cells from nocturnal animals that lack cones, as is the case here.
Nuclei of rods and cones 1 Prominent membrane-bounded organelles in a eukaryotic cells containing DNA. Sites of synthesis of various RNA's.
Nuclei of rods and cones 1 Prominent membrane-bounded organelles in a eukaryotic cells containing DNA. Sites of synthesis of various RNA's.
Nuclei of rods and cones 1 Prominent membrane-bounded organelles in a eukaryotic cells containing DNA. Sites of synthesis of various RNA's.
Nuclei of rods and cones 1 Prominent membrane-bounded organelles in a eukaryotic cells containing DNA. Sites of synthesis of various RNA's.
Nucleoli 1 Nucleoli are the site of rRNA synthesis and are especially prominent in neurons.
Nucleolus 1 The nucleolus is the site of rRNA synthesis and is especially prominent in neurons.
Nucleolus 1 The nucleolus is the site of rRNA synthesis and is especially prominent in neurons.
Nucleus 1 Prominent membrane-bounded organelle in a eukaryotic cell containing DNA. Site of synthesis of various RNA's.
Nucleus 2 Prominent membrane-bounded organelle in a eukaryotic cell containing DNA. Site of synthesis of various RNA's.
Nucleus 2 Prominent membrane-bounded organelle in a eukaryotic cell containing DNA. Site of synthesis of various RNA's.
Nucleus 2 Prominent membrane-bounded organelle in a eukaryotic cell containing DNA. Site of synthesis of various RNA's.
Nucleus - three lobed 1 The granular leukocytes often have lobulated nuclei.

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