Microscopy, Cells, Organelles, Mitosis: Electron Micrographs

Examine the electron Micrographs so that you understand the ultrastructural equivalents of the structures you have seen under the microscope.

Epithelial Junctional Complex

Epithelial Junctional Complex.

Ciliated and Secretory Epithelium

Terminal bronchiole showing ciliated cells (ci) and Clara cells ©. Lumen (L), smooth muscle, cut in cross section (SM)
Moran, D.T. and Rowley, J.C. Visual Histology, Lea & Febiger, Philadelphia, 1988, p. 123

Ciliated Epithelium

Apical portion of ciliated epithelium. Arrows (from left to right) indicate: central, peripheral microtubules of axoneme and plasma membrane. Microvilli (Mv) are also present. Inset is cilia in cross section: Each axoneme contains nine peripheral pairs and two central pairs of microtubules.
Junqueira, LC and Carneiro, J, Basic Histology 11th ed., McGraw-Hill, New York, 2005. p. 73.