Department of Biology
Table of Contents
I. Use of the microscope. This section provides instruction on how to use the light microscope.
|II. Histological Staining and Cell Structure. Introduction to the structure of the cell and the methods used in histology to visualize cells and tissues.|
PART B. SURVEY OF THE TISSUES OF THE BODY
section of the study outline generally follows the order of topics found in
A Text and Atlas,
by Ross, Romrell and Kaye, 3rd edition. This outline is intended to serve
as a guide for the examination of tissue specimens by correlating the descriptive
material found in the Atlas with the sections included in the virtual lab.
In the following sections of this outline, the name of each tissue is followed by the numbers of the Plate(s) and Figure(s) in Ross, Romrell and Kaye that illustrate it and the number(s) of the microscope Slide(s) on which that particular tissue can be found. Using the text as a guide, locate each tissue on the slides that are listed and identify the structures described in the text. "Comments" on the outline provide additional instructions, as well as such information as the type of stain (when known) used on the tissue being examined. Although this outline is intended for self-study do not hesitate to ask for assistance if you are unable to locate or identify the structures indicated.
|Lab Outlines for Tissues|
|II||Glands and Secretion|
|XV||Male Reproductive System|
|XVI||Female Reproductive System|
Developed by: Paul Bell and Barbara Safiejko-Mroczka