OvaryThe red spots are nuclei.
Transitional epithelium.
Golgi apparatus at 40X.
Golgi apparatus at 100X.
Membrane wrappedaround a Paciniancorpuscle.
Sperm flagella.
Extracellular matrix.
Microvilli – too small to see!
Mitochondria in blue.
Striated muscle at 40X.
Striated muscle at 100X.
Blood smear.
Skin: Caucasian.
Skin: Negroid.
Fat cells: appearing at largewhite spots, like chicken-wire.
Nerve cell.
Microtubules – dividing cell?
Metaphase of a cell.
Heterochromatin at 40X.
Heterochromatin at 100X.
Fetal hyaline cartilage – closelycompacted.
Mature hyaline cartilage.               Territorial matrix.   Cartilage capsule.                                      Isog...
Elastic cartilage.   Elastic fibers.
Fibrous cartilage at 100X.
Fibrous cartilage at400X.
Collagenous fibers – redRows of chondrocytes.strips.
Fibroblasts.
Perichondrium at 100X.
Perichondrium at 400X.
Connective tissue at 100X.
Connective tissue at400X.
Adipose tissue.
Epithelium at 100X.
Epithelium at 400X.
Fetal hyaline cartilage.
Osteoblast
Mature hyalinecartilage at 40X.
Mature hyalinecartilage at 100X.
Interterritorial matrix
Osteon at 40X.
Osteon at 100X.
Volksmann’s canal at pointer.
Haversian canal at pointer.
Cement lines atpointer.
Outer circumferential lamellae   Periosteum
LacunaeCanaliculi
Lamellae at pointer.This is also a slide of decalcified bone.
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    1. 1. OvaryThe red spots are nuclei.
    2. 2. Transitional epithelium.
    3. 3. Golgi apparatus at 40X.
    4. 4. Golgi apparatus at 100X.
    5. 5. Membrane wrappedaround a Paciniancorpuscle.
    6. 6. Sperm flagella.
    7. 7. Extracellular matrix.
    8. 8. Microvilli – too small to see!
    9. 9. Mitochondria in blue.
    10. 10. Striated muscle at 40X.
    11. 11. Striated muscle at 100X.
    12. 12. Blood smear.
    13. 13. Skin: Caucasian.
    14. 14. Skin: Negroid.
    15. 15. Fat cells: appearing at largewhite spots, like chicken-wire.
    16. 16. Nerve cell.
    17. 17. Microtubules – dividing cell?
    18. 18. Metaphase of a cell.
    19. 19. Heterochromatin at 40X.
    20. 20. Heterochromatin at 100X.
    21. 21. Fetal hyaline cartilage – closelycompacted.
    22. 22. Mature hyaline cartilage. Territorial matrix. Cartilage capsule. Isogenous groups of chondrocytes.Interterritorial matrix. Chondrocyte. Lacunae.
    23. 23. Elastic cartilage. Elastic fibers.
    24. 24. Fibrous cartilage at 100X.
    25. 25. Fibrous cartilage at400X.
    26. 26. Collagenous fibers – redRows of chondrocytes.strips.
    27. 27. Fibroblasts.
    28. 28. Perichondrium at 100X.
    29. 29. Perichondrium at 400X.
    30. 30. Connective tissue at 100X.
    31. 31. Connective tissue at400X.
    32. 32. Adipose tissue.
    33. 33. Epithelium at 100X.
    34. 34. Epithelium at 400X.
    35. 35. Fetal hyaline cartilage.
    36. 36. Osteoblast
    37. 37. Mature hyalinecartilage at 40X.
    38. 38. Mature hyalinecartilage at 100X.
    39. 39. Interterritorial matrix
    40. 40. Osteon at 40X.
    41. 41. Osteon at 100X.
    42. 42. Volksmann’s canal at pointer.
    43. 43. Haversian canal at pointer.
    44. 44. Cement lines atpointer.
    45. 45. Outer circumferential lamellae Periosteum
    46. 46. LacunaeCanaliculi
    47. 47. Lamellae at pointer.This is also a slide of decalcified bone.

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