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A digital resource on the histology of the reproductive system

A Digital Resource on the Histology of the Reproductive System

Welcome to this digital resource on the histology of the reproductive system. This resource is designed to aid your mastery of the reproductive histology by allowing you to revisit the material presented during lab. The material presented here corresponds with the material presented during lab. In fact you will need the lab exercise, the Histology of the Reproductive Systemto progress through this digital resource. We hope you find this material helpful. This resource should not take the place of slide observation in the laboratory. For you to fully appreciate histological detail and completely explore a slide of a reproductive structure you should directly observe the slide through the microscope. Also all slide tests involve histology presented through the microscope.


Male reproductive testis

Male Reproductive: Testis

Testis

scanning

Outer Capsule

  • name


Male reproductive testis1

Male Reproductive: Testis

Testis

low

Sperm Tubes

  • name of tubes

  • view

  • arrangement of epithelium

  • location of cell division

  • location of sperm

    Cells between tubes

  • name

  • function


Male reproductive testis2

Male Reproductive: Testis

Testis

high

Sperm Tubes

  • name of tubes

  • view

  • arrangement of epithelium

  • location of cell division

  • location of sperm

    Cells between tubes

  • name

  • function


Male reproductive epidiymis

Male Reproductive: Epidiymis

Epididymis

low

Epithelium

  • type

  • free surface structure(s)

    Lumen

  • contents

    Muscle

  • type

  • arrangement

  • function


Male reproductive epidiymis1

Male Reproductive: Epidiymis

Epididymis

high

Epithelium

  • type

  • free surface structure(s)

    Lumen

  • contents

    Muscle

  • type

  • arrangement

  • function


Male reproductive prostate

Male Reproductive: Prostate

Prostate

low

Nature of Organ

  • solid or hollow

    Alveoli

  • visible yes or no

  • stain

  • tissue type

    Concretions

  • visible yes or no

    Muscle

  • arrangement

  • job

    Urethra

  • visible yes or no

  • type of structure

  • view


Male reproductive prostate1

Male Reproductive: Prostate

Prostate

high

Alveoli

  • visible yes or no

  • stain

  • tissue type

    Concretions

  • visible yes or no


Female reproductive ovary

Female Reproductive: Ovary

Ovary

scanning

Entire organ

  • junction cortex and medulla

    Nature of medulla

  • vascular yes no

  • follicles yes no

  • oocytes yes no


Female reproductive ovary1

Female Reproductive: Ovary

Ovary

low

Entire organ

  • junction cortex and medulla

    Nature of medulla

  • vascular yes or no

  • follicles yes or no

  • oocytes yes or no


Female reproductive ovary2

Female Reproductive: Ovary

Ovary

low

Cortex

  • primordial follicle

  • primary follicle

  • secondary follicle

  • Graffian follicle

  • structures attached to ovum during ovulation


Female reproductive ovary3

Female Reproductive: Ovary

Ovary

high

Cortex

  • primordial follicle


Female reproductive ovary4

Female Reproductive: Ovary

Ovary

high

Cortex

  • primary follicle


Female reproductive ovary5

Female Reproductive: Ovary

Ovary

high

Cortex

  • secondary follicle


Female reproductive ovary6

Female Reproductive: Ovary

Ovary

high

Cortex

  • Graffian follicle

  • structures attached to ovum during ovulation


Female reproductive uterus

Female Reproductive: Uterus

Uterus

scanning

Luminal Surface

  • type of epithelium

    Endometrium

  • location

  • process of change

  • locate functionalis

  • locate basalis

  • locate glands

  • describe glands

    Myometrium

  • type of muscle

  • arrangement

  • function


Female reproductive uterus1

Female Reproductive: Uterus

Uterus

low

Luminal Surface

  • type of epithelium

    Endometrium

  • location

  • process of change

  • locate functionalis

  • locate glands

  • describe glands


Female reproductive cervix

Female Reproductive: Cervix

Cervix

low

Endocervical Canal

  • type of epithelium

    Cervical Glands

  • present yes or no

  • compare to uterine glands

    External Os

  • two types of epithelium


Female reproductive cervix1

Female Reproductive: Cervix

Cervix

low

Endocervical Canal

  • type of epithelium

    Cervical Glands

  • present yes or no

  • compare to uterine glands

    External Os

  • two types of epithelium


Female reproductive cervix2

Female Reproductive: Cervix

Cervix

low

Endocervical Canal

  • type of epithelium

    Cervical Glands

  • present yes or no

  • compare to uterine glands


Female reproductive vagina

Female Reproductive: Vagina

Vagina

low

Luminal Epithelium

  • type of epithelium

  • compare to uterine epithelium

  • function of vaginal epithelium


Female reproductive vagina1

Female Reproductive: Vagina

Slide Vagina

high

Luminal Epithelium

  • type of epithelium

  • compare to uterine epithelium

  • Function of vaginal epithelium


Mammary glands inactive vs active

Mammary Glands: Inactive vs. Active

Inactive lp

Points of Comparison

Active lp

development of alveolipresence of secretory products

relative amount of connective tissuedevelopment of lobules


Mammary glands inactive vs active1

Mammary Glands: Inactive vs. Active

Points of Comparison

Inactive hp

Active hp

development of alveolipresence of secretory products

relative amount of connective tissuedevelopment of lobules


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