By Elizabeth Aughey
Organized through body-system, this hugely illustrated quantity covers the traditional histological visual appeal of tissues in a variety of animals, either family and unique species, with appropriate scientific correlates emphasizing the necessity to savour the traditional which will realize the irregular. The breadth of coverage―farm animals, canine, cats, horses, birds, reptiles, amphibians, and fish―and the combination of ordinary and irregular tissue supply a reference of lasting price to veterinary scholars, veterinary practitioners, and pathologists.
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2) Polychromatophil erythroblast, rubricyte. (3) Erythrocytes. (4) Myeloblast. (5) Promyelocyte. (6) Myelocyte. (7) Polymorphonuclear leucocytes. (8) Monocyte. Giemsa. ×250. 25 Bone marrow (dog). (1) Basophilic erythroblast, prorubricyte. (2) Polychromatophil erythroblast, rubricyte. (3) Erythrocytes. (4) Myeloblast. (5) Promyelocyte. (6) Myelocyte. (7) Polymorphonuclear leucocytes. Giemsa. ×500. 26 Bone marrow: production of blood cells 3 Haemopoietic tissue located in the adult bone marrow is responsible for the production of red cells, granular and agranular white cells, and platelets.
H & E. ×100. (See also mammary gland, Fig. 27 Compound tubuloacinar gland. Mixed seromucous salivary gland. The pale staining mucus-secreting cells are filled with secretion and almost obliterate the lumen. The serous cells form a darkly stained demilune around the mucous cells (arrowed). A thick strand of connective tissue with a blood vessel represents the supporting framework of the gland. H & E. ×125. 28 Sebaceous gland. Skin (dog). The gland consists of pale staining cells filled with sebum, fatty substance.
49). 46 Compact bone (cat). Osteoclast (arrowed). (1) Osteocytes in lacunae. (2) Osteoblasts on the free surface of the bone. H & E. ×250. 47 Whole mount section of the left forelimb of a small viviparous yucca night lizard (Xantusia vigilis). Note the transition between the blue staining cartilaginous ends and the mineralized diaphyseal compact bone. H & E. ×5. 48 Endochondral ossification (cat). (1) Zone of resting cartilage. (2) Zone of proliferating cartilage. (3) Zone of hypertrophied chondrocytes.
Comparative veterinary histology : with clinical correlates by Elizabeth Aughey