Three Dimensional Microanatomy of Cells and Tissue Surfaces focuses on the use of scanning electron microscopy in the study of the microanatomy of cells and tissues, cell relationships, and complex biological relationships.
The selection first elaborates on the technical aspects of stereoprojection for electron microscopy; three-dimensional microanatomy of intracellular structures; microcirculation studies by the injection-replica method with special reference to portal circulations; and three-dimensional architecture of the mammalian liver. Discussions focus on the preparation of vascular casts, portal circulations of various organs, scanning electron microscopy, copying and printing stereopair negatives, stereoprojection, and high voltage electron microscopy. The text then takes a look at scanning electron microscope bloodvessel casts analysis, three dimensional microanatomy of reticular tissues, kidney glomerular epithelium in response to different physiological states and experimental conditions, and mammalian renal papilla and pelvis.
The manuscript examines the lung in scanning electron microscopy and stereopresentation, surface topography of endocardial endothelium, scanning electron microscopy of endothelium, human vas deferens, and seminal vesicles, and dynamic morphology of the apical membrane of lactating cells viewed by freeze-fracture.
The selection is a valuable reference for researchers interested in the use of scanning electron microscopy in the study of the microanatomy of cells and tissues and biological relationships.
Technical Aspects of Stereoprojection for Electron Microscopy
Three-Dimensional Microanatomy of Intracellular Structures
--Special Reference to Golgi Complex--
Three-Dimensional Architecture of the Mammaliam Liver. A Scanning Electron Microscopic Review
Microcirculation Studies by the Injection-Replica Method with Special Reference to the Portal Circulations
SEM Bloodvessel Casts Analysis
Three-Dimensional Microanatomy of Reticular Tissues
The Kidney Glomerula Epithelium in Response to Different Physiological States and Experimental Conditions
The Mammalian Renal Papilla and Pelvis. A Light and Electron Microscopic Study
Scanning Electron Microscopy of Choroidal Epithelium, Ependymal Surfaces and Supraependymal Structures of the Lateral and Fourth Ventricles of the Mammalian Brain
The Pituitary Cleft and Associated Parenchymal Tissues in the Rat Adenohypophysis as Revealed by Scanning Electron Microscopy
Three-Dimensional Microanatomy of the Area Postrema in the Mongolian Gerbil
Morphogenesis of Photoreceptor Cells in the Vertebrate Retina: Viewed by Scanning Electron Microscopy
Scanning Electron Microscopy of Embryonic Fusion Processes
Three-Dimensional Microanatomy of Human Reproductive Organs
Scanning Electron Microscopy of Normal and Anovulatory Human Ovaries
Scanning Electron Microscopical Studies of the Rabbit Endometrium During Estrus and Preimplantation
SEM-Studies of Structural Changes in the Tubal Mucosa of the Rabbit at Estrus and During Gonadotropin Induced Pseudopregnancy
Dynamic Morphology of the Apical Membrane of Lactating Cells Viewed by Freeze-Fracture
Scanning Electron Microscopy of Human Vas Deferens and Seminal Vesicles
Scanning Electron Microscopy of Endothelium
Surface Topography of Endocardial Endothelium
The Lung in Scanning Electron Microscopy and Stereopresentation
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- © North Holland 1981
- 1st January 1981
- North Holland
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