Cell and Tissue Biology

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Object names starting with "R":

Object Name # of Images Description
Red blood cell 2 Delivers oxygen to tissues and picks up carbon dioxide for transport to the lungs. Derives its energy from fermentation of glucose to lactate. Anucleate, biconcave discs in the adult human.
Red blood cell 5 Delivers oxygen to tissues and picks up carbon dioxide for transport to the lungs. Derives its energy from fermentation of glucose to lactate. Anucleate, biconcave discs in the adult human.
Red blood cell 3 Delivers oxygen to tissues and picks up carbon dioxide for transport to the lungs. Derives its energy from fermentation of glucose to lactate. Anucleate, biconcave discs in the adult human.
Red blood cell 1 Delivers oxygen to tissues and picks up carbon dioxide for transport to the lungs. Derives its energy from fermentation of glucose to lactate. Anucleate, biconcave discs in the adult human.
Red blood cell (mature) 1 Delivers oxygen to tissues and picks up carbon dioxide for transport to the lungs. Derives its energy from fermentation of glucose to lactate. Anucleate, biconcave discs in the adult human.
Red blood cells 1 Deliver oxygen to tissues and pick up carbon dioxide for transport to the lungs. Derive their energy from fermentation of glucose to lactate. Anucleate, biconcave discs in the adult human.
Red blood cells 2 Deliver oxygen to tissues and pick up carbon dioxide for transport to the lungs. Derive their energy from fermentation of glucose to lactate. Anucleate, biconcave discs in the adult human.
Red blood cells 3 Deliver oxygen to tissues and pick up carbon dioxide for transport to the lungs. Derive their energy from fermentation of glucose to lactate. Anucleate, biconcave discs in the adult human.
Red blood cells 2 Deliver oxygen to tissues and pick up carbon dioxide for transport to the lungs. Derive their energy from fermentation of glucose to lactate. Anucleate, biconcave discs in the adult human.
Red blood cells 1 Deliver oxygen to tissues and pick up carbon dioxide for transport to the lungs. Derive their energy from fermentation of glucose to lactate. Anucleate, biconcave discs in the adult human.
Red blood cells 3 Deliver oxygen to tissues and pick up carbon dioxide for transport to the lungs. Derive their energy from fermentation of glucose to lactate. Anucleate, biconcave discs in the adult human.
Red pulp 1 Composed of the sinusoids of the spleen. The sinusoids are normally filled with blood and appear red in fresh spleen, thus the name. The white pulp refers to the lymphoid tissue of the spleen.
Red pulp 1 Composed of the sinusoids of the spleen. The sinusoids are normally filled with blood and appear red in fresh spleen, thus the name. The white pulp refers to the lymphoid tissue of the spleen.
Red pulp (sinusoids) 1 Composed of the sinusoids of the spleen. The sinusoids are normally filled with blood and appear red in fresh spleen, thus the name. The white pulp refers to the lymphoid tissue of the spleen.
Red pulp (sinusoids) 3 Composed of the sinusoids of the spleen. The sinusoids are normally filled with blood and appear red in fresh spleen, thus the name. The white pulp refers to the lymphoid tissue of the spleen.
Renal capsule 1 Connective tissue capsule of the kidney.
Renal cortex 1 Part of renal parenchyma, composed of renal corpuscles, proximal and distal convoluted tubules, collecting tubules, medullary rays, and a rich capillary network.
Renal cortex 1 Part of renal parenchyma, composed of renal corpuscles, proximal and distal convoluted tubules, collecting tubules, medullary rays, and a rich capillary network.
Renal cortex 1 Part of renal parenchyma, composed of renal corpuscles, proximal and distal convoluted tubules, collecting tubules, medullary rays, and a rich capillary network.
Renal medulla 1 Part of kidney parenchyma composed of straight portions of the proximal and distal tubules, loops of Henle, collecting ducts, and a capillary network (vasa recta).
Renal medulla 2 Part of kidney parenchyma composed of straight portions of the proximal and distal tubules, loops of Henle, collecting ducts, and a capillary network (vasa recta).
RER lumen 1 Contains newly-synthesized proteins. May be continuous with the Golgi complex.
Respiratory bronchiole lumen 1 (Self-explanatory)
Respiratory bronchiole lumen 2 (Self-explanatory)
Rete testis 1 Labyrinthine system of irregularly anastomosing canaliculi and chambers within the mediastinum testis. Connects tubuli recti to ductuli efferentes.
Rete testis 1 Labyrinthine system of irregularly anastomosing canaliculi and chambers within the mediastinum testis. Connects tubuli recti to ductuli efferentes.
Reticular lamina 1 Formed by the supporting cells of the cochlea.
Reticulocyte 1 Young erythrocytes containing ribosomal RNA that can be precipitated into a net-like structure in the presence of some dyes.
Reticulocytes 2 Young erythrocytes containing ribosomal RNA that can be precipitated into a net-like structure in the presence of some dyes.
Retina 1 The light-sensitive innermost layer of the eyeball.
Retina 1 The light-sensitive innermost layer of the eyeball.
Retina 2 The light-sensitive innermost layer of the eyeball.
Retina and choroidea 1 The two innermost layers of the eye.
Ribosomes 2 Protein-synthesizing organelles in the cytoplasm. May be free or attached to the ER.
Ribosomes 1 Protein-synthesizing organelles in the cytoplasm. May be free or attached to the ER.
Ribosomes 1 Protein-synthesizing organelles in the cytoplasm. May be free or attached to the ER.
RNA (Nissl substance) 1 Nissl substance consists of rRNA of free or attached ribosomes. Appears in clumps in LM.
Rod (inner segments) 1 Contain abundant mitochondria, though it is not evident in this view.
Rod (outer segments) 1 Composed of layers of membranous discs. The membranes contain rhodopsin, among other things.
Rod (outer segments) 1 Composed of layers of membranous discs. The membranes contain rhodopsin, among other things.
Rod cell nuclei 1 Prominent membrane-bounded organelles in eukaryotic cells containing DNA. Sites of synthesis of various RNA's.
Rod cell nuclei 1 Prominent membrane-bounded organelles in eukaryotic cells containing DNA. Sites of synthesis of various RNA's.
Rod, inner segment 1 Contains abundant mitochondria, though it is not evident in this view.
Rod, outer segments 1 Composed of layers of membranous discs. The membranes contain rhodopsin, among other things.
Rods, outer segments 1 Composed of layers of membranous discs. The membranes contain rhodopsin, among other things.
Rough endoplasmic reticulum 1 A system of intracellular membranes studded with ribosomes. Contains newly-synthesized proteins. May be continuous with the Golgi complex.
Rough endoplasmic reticulum 1 A system of intracellular membranes studded with ribosomes. Contains newly-synthesized proteins. May be continuous with the Golgi complex.
Rough endoplasmic reticulum 4 A system of intracellular membranes studded with ribosomes. Contains newly-synthesized proteins. May be continuous with the Golgi complex.
Rough endoplasmic reticulum 5 A system of intracellular membranes studded with ribosomes. Contains newly-synthesized proteins. May be continuous with the Golgi complex.
Row of inner hair cells 1 Hair cells of the inner ear are arranged in rows.
Ruga 1 A fold in an empty stomach. Composed of mucosa and submucosa.

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