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IMG_0039 - urethral structures(X 10 Paraurethral glands...

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Laboratory Atlas of Anatomy and Physiology, Sixth Edition Histology 39 Figure 1-94 Urinary Bladder Umbrella cells of transitional epithelium stretch and flatten as bladder fills. Basement membrane separates epithelium from underlying connective tissue containing blood vessels. Monkey. (x100) Figure 1-95 Urathta (within Penis) Lumen is lined with transitional epithelium and is embedded in corpus spongiosum of the penis. Paraurethral glands located above the lumen in the 6gure secrete mucus into the urethra. A smooth muscle layer (tunica muscularis) sunounds the
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Unformatted text preview: urethral structures. (X 10) Paraurethral glands Corpus spongiosum Tunica muscularis Lumen Transitional epithelium Figure 1-96 Seminilerous Tubules of Testis Lined with Sortoli Cells and Germinativum in Various $tages of Development Tunica propria surrounds each tubule, Interstitial spaces contain blood vessels and clumps of interstitial (Leydig) cells that secrete testosterone. (x50) Spermalozoa Tunica propria Basement membrane lnterstitial cells Spermatocytes Sertoli cells...
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