Cell and Tissue Biology

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Object names starting with "D":

Object Name # of Images Description
Decidual cells 1 Large round or polygonal cells of the endometrial stroma. Believed to synthesize hormones.
Dendrite 1 Widely branched process extending from the neuron cell body. Considered to be the stimulus receiving pole of the neuron.
Dendrite with spines 1 Widely branched processes extending from the neuron cell body. Considered to be the stimulus receiving pole of the neuron. The spines are small sac-like processes providing increased surface area for synaptic contacts.
Dendrites 1 Widely branched processes extending from the neuron cell body. Considered to be the stimulus receiving pole of the neuron.
Dendritic cell 1 Cell of immune system specialized for presenting antigens to lymphocytes.
Dendritic cell 2 Cell of immune system specialized for presenting antigens to lymphocytes.
Dendritic spines 1 Postsynaptic specializations of dendrites. In Golgi stain they appear as spines or thorns.
Dendritic tree 1 The elaborate dendritic extensions of neurons.
Dendritic tree 1 The elaborate dendritic extensions of neurons.
Dense connective tissue 1 Typically has more fibers than cells, as opposed to loose connective tissue.
Dense connective tissue 1 Typically has more fibers than cells, as opposed to loose connective tissue.
Dense connective tissue 1 Typically has more fibers than cells, as opposed to loose connective tissue.
Dense core vesicles 1 Synaptic vesicles showing a dark center in the EM.
Dense core vesicles 1 Synaptic vesicles showing a dark center in the EM.
Dentin 1 The main bulk of the tooth.
Dentin 1 The main bulk of the tooth.
Dentin 1 The main bulk of the tooth.
Dentinal tubules 2 Odontoblast extensions in the dentinal matrix.
Dentino-enamel junction 1 (Self-explanatory)
Dermis 1 The connective tissue layer in the skin located between the epidermis and hypodermis.
Dermis 1 The connective tissue layer in the skin located between the epidermis and hypodermis.
Dermis 4 The connective tissue layer in the skin located between the epidermis and hypodermis.
Dermis (connective tissue) 1 The connective tissue layer in the skin located between the epidermis and hypodermis.
Descemets membrane 1 Located beneath the dorsal epithelium of the cornea. Provides even tension to the cornea.
Descemets membrane 1 Located beneath the dorsal epithelium of the cornea. Provides even tension to the cornea.
Desmosomes 1 Disk-like intercellular attachments between neighboring cells. Abundant in epidermis.
Desmosomes, skin 1 Disk-like intercellular attachments between neighboring cells. Abundant in epidermis.
Desquamating cells 1 Cells that are sloughing off.
Developing acrosome 1 A phase during spermiogenesis.
Developing bone 1 Bone forming around the cartilage model.
Developing middle phalanx 1 Middle bone of the finger.
Developing tectorial membrane 1 (Self-explanatory)
Developing tooth 1 (Self-explanatory)
Developing tooth 1 (Self-explanatory)
Dilator pupillae 1 Smooth muscle of neuroectodermal origin that widens the pupil. Also part of the posterior epithelia of the iris.
Distal tubule 1 These are cross-sectional views of distal tubules.
Distal tubule 1 These are cross-sectional views of distal tubules.
Distal tubule 1 These are cross-sectional views of distal tubules.
Distal tubule 3 These are cross-sectional views of distal tubules.
Distal tubule lumen 2 Lumen of the distal tubule. At this point the distal tubule is part of the juxtaglomerular complex.
Distal tubules 1 This view illustrates the loops of Henle of short nephrons. Note that the loop is formed by the thick ascending portion of the distal tubule in these nephrons.
Dorsal root 1 This is formed by the axons of the dorsal root ganglion cells entering the spinal cord.
Dorsal root ganglion 1 Composed of cell bodies of sensory neurons and glial cells.
Dorsal root ganglion 1 Composed of cell bodies of sensory neurons and glial cells.
Double nuclear membrane 1 The nuclear membrane has two layers that are clearly shown in this view.
Doublet microtubules 1 The outermost microtubules in a cilium.
Duct 2 A cellular tube serving as a passage for air, secretory, and excretory products.
Duct 1 A cellular tube serving as a passage for air, secretory, and excretory products.
Duct of gland of Brunner 1 Brunner's glands are located in the submucosa of the duodenum. Their secretory products are carried via ducts to the intestinal lumen.
Duct of mucous glands 1 These glands produce a lubricant for the associated tube. Their secretory products are carried via ducts to the lumen.
Ducts 1 Cellular tubes serving as a passage for air, secretory, and excretory products.
Ducts of glands of Brunner 1 Brunner's glands are located in the submucosa of the duodenum. Their secretory products are carried via ducts to the intestinal lumen.
Ductuli efferentes 1 Located in testes. Help to remove fluid derived from the seminiferous tubules so that spermatozoa become more concentrated.
Ductuli efferentes 1 Located in testes. Help to remove fluid derived from the seminiferous tubules so that spermatozoa become more concentrated.
Ductuli efferentes 1 Located in testes. Help to remove fluid derived from the seminiferous tubules so that spermatozoa become more concentrated.
Ductus epididymidis cs 1 Ductuli efferentes empty into highly convoluted ductus epididymidis. This is continuous with the ductus deferens.
Dying T cell 1 Over 90% of the T-cells and/or their precursors die in the thymus and never leave.
Dynein arms 1 Motor proteins associated with microtubules.

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