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  • 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. Isogenous groups of chondrocytes.Interterritorial matrix. Chondrocyte. Lacunae.
  • 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.