Cell and Tissue Biology

Objects

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Object names starting with "F":

Object Name # of Images Description
Facial nerve 1 Cranial nerve VII. It innervates all the facial muscles and is also involved in some special sensory perception. The chinchilla facial nerve appears very small. Facial expression may therefore be limited.
Fallopian(uterine) tube (lumen) 1 Loosely surrounds the ovary. Receives and transports the oocyte or the fertilized egg into the lumen of the uterus.
Fallopian(uterine) tube (lumen) 1 Loosely surrounds the ovary. Receives and transports the oocyte or the fertilized egg into the lumen of the uterus.
Fasciculata nuclei 1 The nuclei of the zona fasciculata in the adrenal cortex.
Fenestrae 2 Holes in endothelial cells.
Fenestrated basal lamina 1 Basal lamina with holes. Frequently found in the spleen.
Fenestrations 1 Holes in the endothelium facilitating exchange of materials through the capillary wall.
Fenestrations 1 Holes in the endothelium facilitating exchange of materials through the capillary wall.
Fetal capillaries 1 Capillaries in the fetal side of the placenta.
Fetal capillary 1 Capillary in the fetal side of the placenta.
Fetal capillary 1 Capillary in the fetal side of the placenta.
Fetal connective tissue 1 In the umbilical cord.
Fetal fibroblasts 1 In the umbilical cord.
Fetal red blood cells 1 RBCs in the fetal capillaries of the placenta.
Fibrin 1 The fibrous protein forming the meshwork of blood clots.
Fibrinoid 1 Poorly understood homogenous material in the maternal placenta. May have some role in preventing rejection of the fetus.
Fibrinoid layer 1 Poorly understood homogenous material in the maternal placenta. May have some role in preventing rejection of the fetus.
Fibroblast 1 Protein-synthesizing factory of the connective tissue. Produces both fibers (collagen and others) and ground substance.
Fibroblast 1 Protein-synthesizing factory of the connective tissue. Produces both fibers (collagen and others) and ground substance.
Fibroblast nuclei 1 Prominent membrane-bounded organelle in a eukaryotic cell containing DNA. Site of synthesis of various RNA's.
Fibroblast nucleus 1 Prominent membrane-bounded organelle in a eukaryotic cell containing DNA. Site of synthesis of various RNA's.
Fibroblasts 3 Protein-synthesizing factories of the connective tissue. Produce both fibers (collagen and others) and ground substance.
Fibroblasts 5 Protein-synthesizing factories of the connective tissue. Produce both fibers (collagen and others) and ground substance.
Fibroblasts 1 Protein-synthesizing factories of the connective tissue. Produce both fibers (collagen and others) and ground substance.
Filiform papilla 2 The smallest and most numerous papilla in the tongue. (Produces the characteristic roughness of the tongue.)
Filiform papilla 1 The smallest and most numerous papilla in the tongue. (Produces the characteristic roughness of the tongue.)
Filiform papillae 1 The smallest and most numerous papillae in the tongue. (Produce the characteristic roughness of the tongue.)
Filiform papillae 1 The smallest and most numerous papillae in the tongue. (Produce the characteristic roughness of the tongue.)
Fimbria 1 A finger-like process located at the infundibulum (opening) of the oviduct (Fallopian tube).
Fimbriae 1 Finger-like processes located at the infundibulum (opening) of the oviduct (Fallopian tube).
Fimbriae 1 Finger-like processes located at the infundibulum (opening) of the oviduct (Fallopian tube).
Fingernail 1 Hard covering of the distal phalanx.
Fingernail 1 Hard covering of the distal phalanx.
Foliate papillae 1 Specialized structures containing tastebuds.
Follicular cell nuclei 1 (Self-explanatory)
Follicular fluid 1 Fluid filling the follicle in the ovary.
Forming spermatozoa tails 1 Spermatids differentiate into spermatozoa through spermiogenesis. This involves considerable differentiation of all cellular structures, e.g., formation of the flagellar tail.
Forming spermatozoa tails 1 Spermatids differentiate into spermatozoa through spermiogenesis. This involves considerable differentiation of all cellular structures, e.g., formation of the flagellar tail.
Free ribosomes 1 Seen as dark separated dots in this fairly low-power TEM. Synthesize protein.
Fundic gland lumen 1 Lumen of the gland of the fundic stomach.
Fundic gland lumen 1 Lumen of the gland of the fundic stomach.
Fundic glands 1 Glands of the fundic stomach. Major secretory products are pepsinogen, HCl, and mucus.
Fundic glands 1 Glands of the fundic stomach. Major secretory products are pepsinogen, HCl, and mucus.
Fungiform papilla 1 Middle-sized papilla of the tongue. Larger than the filiforms, but smaller than the vallate papilla. May contain tastebuds.
Fungiform papilla 1 Middle-sized papilla of the tongue. Larger than the filiforms, but smaller than the vallate papilla. May contain tastebuds.
Fungiform papilla 1 Middle-sized papilla of the tongue. Larger than the filiforms, but smaller than the vallate papilla. May contain tastebuds.

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