By Allan F. Wiechmann Ph.D., Celeste R. Wirsig-Wiechmann Ph.D. (auth.)
The Color Atlas of "Xenopus laevis" Histology offers the 1st significant resource at the microscopic anatomy of cells, tissues, and significant organs of the grownup South African clawed frog, Xenopus laevis. for a few years, X. laevis has been a hugely renowned experimental animal version in lots of components of analysis. the new improvement of transgenic Xenopus know-how deals the promise that this animal version may be applied greater than ever prior to. the aim of this booklet is to supply the lively researcher with a primary resource of top of the range gentle microscopic colour pictures of the tissues of X. laevis, to help within the identity of the cells and tissues of curiosity.
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Clusters of diffuse lymph atic tissue, composed mostly of leukocytes and plasma cells, are often prese nt in the lamina propria . The muscularis externa is compose d of an inner circular and outer longitudinal layer of smoot h muscle . A serosa lines the outer surface of the colon. 38 Color Atlas of Xenopus laevis Histology I Gastrointestinal System Figur e 15. The epithelium of the colon. The simple columnar epithelium of the contains mucus-secreting goblet cells. Goblet cells reach the apical surface of IL colonPithelium and release their contents by mcro:rine secretion (exo<:ytosis).
A. visceral pleura lung Figure 13. Low magnification image of lung tissues . A visceral pleura forms the outer surface of the lung. Note the invaginations of the lung surface (*). Bronchi are identified by the presence of the basophilic hyaline cartilage. Bronchioles are identified by the presence of smooth muscle and lack of alveoli . 52 Color Atlas of Xenopus laevis Histology Respiratory System Figure 14. Bronchus of the lung. Bronchi are identified by the presence of hyaline cartilage and smooth muscle below the epithelial layer.
F. , Color Atlas of Xenopus laevis Histology © Kluwer Academic Publishers 2003 Color Atlas of Xenopus laevis Histology Urinary System Figure 3. Distribution of structures in the cortex and medulla . The renal corpuscles and convolut ed tubules are located in the cortex, and the medulla contain s mostly the loop of Henle and collectin g tubules. capsu lar cells . / ' c ilia Figure 4. Structure of the renal capsule . There are two major components of the renal capsule; a layer of simple cuboidal epithelium, and an underlying layer of dense connect ive tissue.