Cell and Tissue Biology

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Object names starting with "G":

Object Name # of Images Description
Ganglion cell layer 1 Innermost cell layer of retina. The axons of these cells form the optic nerve.
Ganglion cell layer 1 Innermost cell layer of retina. The axons of these cells form the optic nerve.
Ganglion cell layer (broken) 1 Innermost cell layer of retina. The axons of these cells form the optic nerve.
Ganglion cell nucleolus 1 The nucleolus is the site of rRNA synthesis and is especially prominent in neurons.
Ganglion cell nucleus 1 Prominent membrane-bounded organelle in a eukaryotic cell containing DNA. Site of synthesis of various RNA's.
Ganglion cells 1 A ganglion is a group of perikarya of neurons occurring in the peripheral and central nervous systems.
Germinal center 1 A place where B-cells are produced In lymphoid tissues other than thymus. It appears as a lighter-stained center of a ball of lymphocytes (lymph nodule).
Germinal center 2 A place where B-cells are produced In lymphoid tissues other than thymus. It appears as a lighter-stained center of a ball of lymphocytes (lymph nodule).
Germinal center 2 A place where B-cells are produced In lymphoid tissues other than thymus. It appears as a lighter-stained center of a ball of lymphocytes (lymph nodule).
Germinal center 2 A place where B-cells are produced In lymphoid tissues other than thymus. It appears as a lighter-stained center of a ball of lymphocytes (lymph nodule).
Giant Betz cells 1 Largest cells of the nervous system. Axons of these motor neurons can extend into the lumbar region of the spinal cord.
Giant microvilli (matted) 1 Located in the epithelium of the epididymis.
Giant microvilli (outer hair ce 1 Large microvilli having a special role in the process of hearing.
Giant microvilli - outer hair c 1 Large microvilli having a special role in the process of hearing.
Giant microvilli, developing 1 Large microvilli having a special role in the process of hearing.
Giant microvilli, vestibular ce 1 Large microvilli having a special role in the process of hearing and balance.
Giant microvilli, vestibular ha 1 Large microvilli having a special role in the process of hearing and balance.
Gland duct lumen 1 (Self-explanatory)
Gland lumen 1 (Self-explanatory)
Gland lumina (narrow) 1 (Self-explanatory)
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.
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.
Glandular tissue 1 Glands, mostly mucous, associated with the epiglottis. Any tissue composed of gland cells.
Glandular tissue 1 Glands, mostly mucous, associated with the epiglottis. Any tissue composed of gland cells.
Glassy membrane 1 Remnant of the basal lamina between granulosa cells and theca interna in the ovary.
Glial cell nuclei 1 With our ordinary staining, only the nuclei of glial cells are visible.
Glial cell nuclei 1 With our ordinary staining, only the nuclei of glial cells are visible.
Glial cell nuclei 2 With our ordinary staining, only the nuclei of glial cells are visible.
Glomerulus 2 Strictly speaking, refers to tuft of capillary loops enclosed in a Bowman's capsule. Some authors use the terms glomerulus and renal corpuscle interchangeably.
Glomerulus 1 Strictly speaking, refers to tuft of capillary loops enclosed in a Bowman's capsule. Some authors use the terms glomerulus and renal corpuscle interchangeably.
Glomerulus 1 Strictly speaking, refers to tuft of capillary loops enclosed in a Bowman's capsule. Some authors use the terms glomerulus and renal corpuscle interchangeably.
Glomerulus 2 Strictly speaking, refers to tuft of capillary loops enclosed in a Bowman's capsule. Some authors use the terms glomerulus and renal corpuscle interchangeably.
Glucagon producing cells 1 The alpha cells of the Islets of Langerhans produce glucagon, a polypeptide hormone that stimulates breakdown of glycogen in the liver.
Glycocalyx 1 The polysaccharide coating of some cells. Particularly abundant on the mucosal surface of cells lining the small intestine. Discovered by the late H. Stanley Bennett, once Dean of the Pritzker Medical School at the University of Chicago.
Glycocalyx 1 The polysaccharide coating of some cells. Particularly abundant on the mucosal surface of cells lining the small intestine. Discovered by the late H. Stanley Bennett, once Dean of the Pritzker Medical School at the University of Chicago.
Glycogen 1 A branched polymer of glucose. Serves as major carbohydrate reserve. Abundant in liver, muscle, and proximal tubule of the kidney.
Glycogen aggregations 1 A branched polymer of glucose. Serves as major carbohydrate reserve. Abundant in liver, muscle, and proximal tubule of the kidney.
Glycogen storage areas 1 In LM specimen preparations glycogen is usually dissolved away and the areas in which it occurred appear empty. Purkinje fibers of the heart are especially rich in glycogen.
Goblet cell 1 Unicellular exocrine gland producing mucus. Abundant in GI and respiratory tracts.
Goblet cell 1 Unicellular exocrine gland producing mucus. Abundant in GI and respiratory tracts.
Goblet cell 3 Unicellular exocrine gland producing mucus. Abundant in GI and respiratory tracts.
Goblet cells 1 Unicellular exocrine glands producing mucus. Abundant in GI and respiratory tracts.
Goblet cells 2 Unicellular exocrine glands producing mucus. Abundant in GI and respiratory tracts.
Goblet cells 3 Unicellular exocrine glands producing mucus. Abundant in GI and respiratory tracts.
Goblet cells 3 Unicellular exocrine glands producing mucus. Abundant in GI and respiratory tracts.
Golgi complex 2 Membranous stacks receiving proteins from RER. Proteins may be decorated with carbohydrate residues in the Golgi. Packages proteins into vesicles for further transport or secretion.
Golgi complex 1 Membranous stacks receiving proteins from RER. Proteins may be decorated with carbohydrate residues in the Golgi. Packages proteins into vesicles for further transport or secretion.
Golgi complex 4 Membranous stacks receiving proteins from RER. Proteins may be decorated with carbohydrate residues in the Golgi. Packages proteins into vesicles for further transport or secretion.
Golgi complexes 1 Membranous stacks receiving proteins from RER. Proteins may be decorated with carbohydrate residues in the Golgi. Packages proteins into vesicles for further transport or secretion.
Golgi complexes 3 Membranous stacks receiving proteins from RER. Proteins may be decorated with carbohydrate residues in the Golgi. Packages proteins into vesicles for further transport or secretion.
Golgi vesicles 1 Membranous stacks receiving proteins from RER. Proteins may be decorated with carbohydrate residues in the Golgi. Packages proteins into vesicles for further transport or secretion.
Granular cell layer 1 The cerebellar cortex has three layers. The innermost is called the granular layer. It has numerous neurons compared to the molecular layer.
Granular cell layer 1 The cerebellar cortex has three layers. The innermost is called the granular layer. It has numerous neurons compared to the molecular layer.
Granules 1 A membrane-bound spherical structure with osmiophilic contents. In LM they look like little grains.
Granules with growth hormone 1 Secretory or storage granules of growth hormone producing cells of the pituitary.
Granulosa cell layer 1 Cells surrounding the primary oocyte in the developing follicle.
Granulosa cell layer 1 Cells surrounding the primary oocyte in the developing follicle.
Granulosa cells 1 Cells surrounding the primary oocyte in the developing follicle.
Granulosa lutein cells 3 After ovulation the granulosa and theca interna cells luteinize. The principal hormone they produce is progesterone.
Granulosa lutein cells 1 After ovulation the granulosa and theca interna cells luteinize. The principal hormone they produce is progesterone.
Gray matter 1 Neuron cell bodies comprise gray matter.
Gray matter 1 Neuron cell bodies comprise gray matter.
Gray matter 6 Neuron cell bodies comprise gray matter.
Ground substance 1 The intercellular, non-fibrillar, material of connective tissue. Contains glycosaminoglycans, especially hyaluronic acid.

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