Histology and Embryology 1941 - Histology
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Nonidez JF. Histology and Embryology. (1941) Oxford University Press, London.
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Histology deals with the cell associations or tissues which, variously combined, form the body of plants and animals. It is actually the complement of gross anatomy and an indispensable preliminary for the understanding of physiology and pathology.
Part One - The Cell
1 The Cell - Cells can be studied in the living condition or after they have been killed with reagents and stained. Because of the difficulties encountered in the study of most vertebrate living cells the second procedure is the one generally followed in mammalian histology.
Part Two - The Tissues
2 The Tissues - The association or grouping of cells which have the same origin and perform similar functions is called a tissue. The tissues of the mammalian body are: I. Epithelium; II. Blood and lymph; III. The supporting tissues (connective tissue; reticulo-endothelium; cartilage; bone); IV. Muscular tissue; V. Nervous tissue.
Part Three - The Organs
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