Histology slide Reviews.pdf

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Following is a review of the histology slides from this weeks wet lab. Do not rely solely on these pictures. Slides are from actual organisms. Each one is unique. You need to get a feel for the organs / structures. Look at the slides as much as possible move around in them see what is the same what is different. Repeatedly look between similar looking slides and figure out how you can tell them apart. Just learning a picture is not enough. Spend time with the slides. Note the wording in the presentation. What is meant by an Organ , or an Overall structure of the slide and what are the structures , layers , cells or regions of these organs / structures on the slides. This way you know what is being asked of you in the questions on tests. Any Confusion ASK FOR HELP that is what we are here for.
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Digestive System
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Digestive System Organ: Sublingual Salivary Gland Medium Power High Power Low Power
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Digestive System Organ: Sublingual Salivary Gland High Power Medium Power Pointer is indicating mucous cells of the Sublingual Salivary Gland
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Digestive System Organ: Sublingual Salivary Gland High Power Medium Power Pointer is indicating the structure a duct of the Sublingual Salivary Gland High Power
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Overall structure: Tooth Low Power Digestive System structure: Crown structure: Root Note: (pictures are pasted together) Even in low power you can’t see the whole tooth in one view, need to move around the slide to see the whole tooth . Be ready to recognize as a tooth in one view on test
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Digestive System Organ: Stomach Low Power Medium Power Medium Power
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Digestive System Organ: Stomach Muscularis externa Low Power Mucosa Submucosa Serosa The Layers: note: muscularis mucosa is not disenable at low power
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Organ: Stomach Muscularis externa Mucosa Submucosa The Layers: Digestive System muscularis mucosa
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Organ: Stomach Mucosa The Layers: Digestive System
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Organ: Stomach The Layers: Digestive System muscularis mucosa You can not get the pointer to the different layers, and how all the layers so red star/ highlight is indicating the layer not the pointer
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Organ: Stomach Muscularis externa Submucosa The Layers: Digestive System You can not get the pointer to the different layers, and how all the layers so red star/ highlight is indicating the layer not the pointer
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Organ: Stomach Muscularis externa The Layers: Digestive System You can not get the pointer to the different layers, and have all the layers so red star/ highlight is indicating the layer not the pointer
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Organ: Stomach The Layers: Digestive System Serosa You can not get the pointer to the different layers, and have all the layers so red star/ highlight is indicating the layer not the pointer
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Digestive System Organ: Small intestine (Duodenum) Low Power Medium Power
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