Cell and Tissue Biology

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Object names starting with "H":

Object Name # of Images Description
H band 1 A clear zone in the middle of the A band (dark band) of a striated muscle sarcomere.
H band 1 A clear zone in the middle of the A band (dark band) of a striated muscle sarcomere.
H band 1 A clear zone in the middle of the A band (dark band) of a striated muscle sarcomere.
Hair cells (sensory) 1 Sensory receptor cells in the organ of Corti and the vestibular apparati of the inner ear.
Hair follicle 2 Site for production of hairs.
Hair follicle 3 Site for production of hairs.
Hair follicle 1 Site for production of hairs.
Hair follicle c.s. 1 Site for production of hairs.
Hair follicles 1 Sites for production of hairs.
Hair follicles 1 Sites for production of hairs.
Hairs 1 (Self-explanatory)
Hairs of sensory cells 1 Large microvilli having a special role in the process of hearing.
Hairy skin 1 Thin skin with hairs as opposed to thick skin.
Hassall's corpuscle 4 Formed by epithelial reticular cells of the thymus. Thought to produce various cytokines.
Hassall's corpuscles 1 Formed by epithelial reticular cells of the thymus. Thought to produce various cytokines.
Hassall's corpuscles 1 Formed by epithelial reticular cells of the thymus. Thought to produce various cytokines.
Haversian canal 2 Center of an osteon in the bone. Contains blood vessels.
Haversian canal 2 Center of an osteon in the bone. Contains blood vessels.
Haversian canals 1 Center of osteons in the bone. Contain blood vessels.
Haversian canals 1 Center of osteons in the bone. Contain blood vessels.
Heads of spermatozoa 1 (Self-explanatory)
Helicobacter pylori 1 Bacteria that can survive in the acidity of the stomach. These bacteria are probably the most common cause of peptic ulcer. However, pain killers are also a common cause of peptic ulcer.
Helicobacter pylori 1 Bacteria that can survive in the acidity of the stomach. These bacteria are probably the most common cause of peptic ulcer. However, pain killers are also a common cause of peptic ulcer.
Hemidesmosomes 1 Half of a desmosome. Attachment of epithelial cells to underlying basal lamina. Abundant in the skin.
Hepatic acinus 1 A description, based on blood supply, for a diamond-shaped functional unit of liver.
Hepatic arteries 1 Carry oxygenated blood to the liver.
Hepatic arteries 1 Carry oxygenated blood to the liver.
Hepatic artery 1 Carries oxygenated blood to the liver.
Hepatic artery 1 Carries oxygenated blood to the liver.
Hepatic artery branches 1 Carry oxygenated blood to the liver.
Hepatic artery branches 1 Carry oxygenated blood to the liver.
Hepatic artery branches 1 Carry oxygenated blood to the liver.
Hepatic capsule 1 The connective tissue covering of the liver.
Hepatic lobule (approximate) 1 An imaginary concept. A hexagonal shape having the central vein as its center and the portal triads at it vertices.
Hepatic sinusoid 1 Specialized capillary in the liver. The endothelium is fenestrated and discontinuous. It lacks a basal lamina to facilitate exchange of materials.
Hepatic sinusoids 4 Specialized capillaries in the liver. The endothelium is fenestrated and discontinuous. They lack a basal lamina to facilitate exchange of materials.
Hepatic sinusoids 1 Specialized capillaries in the liver. The endothelium is fenestrated and discontinuous. They lack a basal lamina to facilitate exchange of materials.
Hepatocyte nuclei 1 Prominent membrane-bounded organelle in a eukaryotic cell containing DNA. Site of synthesis of various RNA's.
Hepatocyte nucleolus 1 Site of ribosomal RNA synthesis within the liver cell.
Hepatocyte nucleus 2 Prominent membrane-bounded organelle in a eukaryotic cell containing DNA. Site of synthesis of various RNA's.
Hepatocyte nucleus 1 Prominent membrane-bounded organelle in a eukaryotic cell containing DNA. Site of synthesis of various RNA's.
Hepatocyte nucleus 1 Prominent membrane-bounded organelle in a eukaryotic cell containing DNA. Site of synthesis of various RNA's.
Hepatocytes 1 Liver cells.
Heterochromatin 1 Clumped chromatin. Less active in transcription. Stains more densely than euchromatin.
Heterochromatin 2 Clumped chromatin. Less active in transcription. Stains more densely than euchromatin.
High endothelial cell venule 1 Found in lymphoid tissues, excluding the thymus. Endothelial cells are tall and lack tight junctions. This facilitates entry of lymphocytes into lymphoid tissue from the blood.
High endothelial cell venule 2 Found in lymphoid tissues, excluding the thymus. Endothelial cells are tall and lack tight junctions. This facilitates entry of lymphocytes into lymphoid tissue from the blood.
High endothelial cell venules 1 Found in lymphoid tissues, excluding the thymus. Endothelial cells are tall and lack tight junctions. This facilitates entry of lymphocytes into lymphoid tissue from the blood.
High endothelial cell venules 1 Found in lymphoid tissues, excluding the thymus. Endothelial cells are tall and lack tight junctions. This facilitates entry of lymphocytes into lymphoid tissue from the blood.
High endothelial venules 1 Found in lymphoid tissues, excluding the thymus. Endothelial cells are tall and lack tight junctions. This facilitates entry of lymphocytes into lymphoid tissue from the blood.
High endothelial venules 1 Found in lymphoid tissues, excluding the thymus. Endothelial cells are tall and lack tight junctions. This facilitates entry of lymphocytes into lymphoid tissue from the blood.
High endothelial venules 2 Found in lymphoid tissues, excluding the thymus. Endothelial cells are tall and lack tight junctions. This facilitates entry of lymphocytes into lymphoid tissue from the blood.
Hyaline cartilage 1 Most abundant cartilage type in the body. Called hyaline because of its glassy appearance. Matrix contains type II collagen and glycosaminoglycans.
Hyaline cartilage 3 Most abundant cartilage type in the body. Called hyaline because of its glassy appearance. Matrix contains type II collagen and glycosaminoglycans.
Hyaline cartilage 3 Most abundant cartilage type in the body. Called hyaline because of its glassy appearance. Matrix contains type II collagen and glycosaminoglycans.
Hyaline cartilage (cricoid) 1 Most abundant cartilage type in the body. Called hyaline because of its glassy appearance. Matrix contains type II collagen and glycosaminoglycans. Cricoid cartilage of the larynx is composed of hyaline, as opposed to elastic, cartilage.
Hyaline cartilage model 1 Intermediary between mesenchyme and the formation of bone.
Hyaline cartilage plates 1 The bronchus is protected against collapse by hyaline cartilage plates. In the trachea, the cartilage forms rings.
Hyaline cartilage, thyroid 1 Thyroid cartilage is composed of hyaline cartilage.
Hypodermis 1 Layer of skin beneath the dermis. Deepest layer of skin.
Hypothalamic neurons 1 These neurons produce releasing or inhibiting factors that influence the adenohypophysis.

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