Blood Histology Slides with Description and Labeled Diagram

Blood histology slides

The blood is a specialized connective tissue that is fluid and circulates through the vascular channel. In the blood histology slide, you will find different types of cells with their specific features. This might be a short article where I will show you all the cells from the blood microscope slide with a labeled diagram and actual … Read more

Urinary Bladder Histology with Microscopic Slide Image and Labeled Diagram

Urinary bladder histology slide images

The urinary bladder is a muscular sac-like structure that temporarily stores urine and discharges out prediocally through the urethra. In the urinary bladder histology, you will find three or four defined coats like the tubular organs. Here, I will show you all the layers from the urinary bladder histology slide with microscopic images.  You will also get information on … Read more

Epididymis Histology Slide and Identification Points with Labeled Diagram

Epididymis histology

The epididymis is the comma-shaped structure in the male organ system that divides into head, body, and tail. It is made of highly coiled, tortuous ductus tubules and vascular connective tissue. In epididymis histology, you will find pseudostratified columnar epithelium lining and a circularly arranged smooth muscle layer beneath that epithelium.  Here, I will show you all … Read more

Ileum Histology Slide with Labeled Diagram and Identification Points

Ileum histology slide diagram

The ileum histology slide consists of the four layers like tunica mucosa, submucosa, muscular, and serosa. Here, I will show you the detailed histological features of the wall of the ileum slide with a labeled diagram. I will also provide you with the important identification points for the ileum histology slide so that you may identify it so quickly.  … Read more

Jejunum Histology Slide with Labeled Diagram and Identification Points

Jejunum histology slide labeled diagram

The jejunum is the second part of the small intestine of an animal. In the jejunum histology, you will find the four different layers like a tubular organ with some other specific identifying features. Here, I will show you the different features of a jejunum histology slide with a labeled diagram.  I will also describe the jejunum anatomy … Read more

Rumen Histology Slide Identification with Labeled Diagram

Rumen histology slide identification

The stomach of ruminants comprises four structurally distinct parts. Histologically, you will find a non-glandular mucosa having keratinized stratified squamous epithelium in the first three parts (rumen, reticulum, and omasum) of the ruminant stomach. I will show you everything about the rumen histology slide with their identification point and labeled diagram.  I will also show you the … Read more

Duodenum Histology Slide with Labeled Diagram

Duodenum histology diagram

There are three different parts –duodenum, jejunum, and ileum in the small intestine of an animal. You will find some salient microscopic features of each region of the small intestine. In this short article, I will discuss duodenum histology in detail, along with its slide identification points.  I will also show you the fundamental difference in the … Read more

Artery Histology – Elastic and Muscular Arteries Slides

Artery histology diagram

The blood vessels of the macrovasculature include arteries and veins. Arteries of the macrovasculature carry the blood from the heart to the microvasculature. These arteries are commonly defined by their position and further characterized histologically by their structure. In this short article, I will discuss artery histology with a labeled diagram.  First, I will describe the general … Read more

Skin Histology Slide Identification – Thick and Thin Skin Microscope Slides and Labeled Diagrams

Skin histology slide

Skin is the heaviest organ of an animal’s body that covers the surface of the body. It comes into direct contact with the external environment. In the skin histology slide, you will find two main layers – epidermis and dermis. If you want to identify and understand the histological features from both thick and thin skin histology … Read more

Endochondral Ossification Process with Examples and Diagrams

Intracartilaginous ossification

In endochondral ossification, bone is formed by replacing the calcified cartilage. In this article, I will discuss the detailed process of endochondral ossification with labeled diagrams.  Hi there, welcome back again, and many, many thanks for getting into this article. I hope this article is going to be one of the best and easiest articles on the internet … Read more