Respiratory System

 


Plate

Figure

Slide

Comments
A. Nasal passage

88

1,2

16
Membrane bone formation (embryo head), Mallory's Triple Stain. In this slide you should also observe the changes in the epithelium from the external nares to the nasal mucosa.

106
Nasal epithelium, monkey, H&E.

67
Soft palate, H&E. Find the surface facing the nasopharynx and look for the structures characteristic of the mucosa of the respiratory segment of the nasal cavities.
Olfactory mucosa, mammal, plastic section, H&E. Identify the structures characteristic of the olfactory segment of the nasal cavities.
B. Larynx

89

1-4
none
Study these pictures for your own information.
C. Trachea

90

1-3

56
Thymus, mus, showing trachea in xs, IHAB, Aniline Blue & Eosin.
107
108
Trachea, xs, H&E. Identify the other structures included in the sections.
D. Lung
91
92
all
all

Lung, mammalian, Hematoxylin, Phloxine and Saffron.

Lung, human, H&E.

 90-92

all

 52s
 Lung, mammalian, IHAB.

 suppl.
 Lung, mammalian, IHAB

90 

suppl.
 Bronchus, H&E.
 91
 3

suppl.

suppl.

Alveolar duct, H&E.

92

2-4 

suppl.

Alveoli, plastic section. H&E.

91-92

all

suppl.

Lung, mouse, IHAB. Shows conducting airways from bronchus to alveolar duct.




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