A&P SLIDES, FALL: 

TISSUES TO MUSCLES

©David B. Fankhauser, Ph.D.,
Professor of Biology and Chemistry
University of Cincinnati Clermont College,
Batavia OH 45103
Simple Columnar
Epithelium

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Stratified Squamous
Epithelium

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Slide 
number
Description of specimen specimen source Stain Catalog
number*
______ 1. letter "e"  photographic image  silver  Z 1
______ 2.  simple squamous epithelium frog mesothelium  H&E** H 120
______ 3. simple cuboid epithelium rabbit kidney H&E  H 150
______ 4.  simple columnar epithelium Necturus sm.intest.  Masson H 185
______ 5. stratified squamous epithelium dog esophagus H&E  H 230
______ 6.   pseudostratified ciliated columnar epithelium trachea H&E  H 210
______ 7. areolar connective tissue cat subcutaneous  Verhoeff  H 570
______ 8. adipose  connective tissue fatty tissue H&E  H 600
______ 9. white fibrous   connective tissue tendon, c.s & l.s. H&E  H 655
______ 10.  yellow elastic  connective tissue cow nuchal lig. H&E  H 666
______ 11. hyaline cartilage trachea  H&E  H 680
______ 12. elastic cartilage ear, elastic fibers Verhoeff H 690
______ 13.  fibrocartilage   intervert. disc aniline blue H 710
______ 14.  bone, ground human, c.s. compact (India ink?)
H 780
______ 15. skin, mammal pig, c.s. follicles H&E  H 2080
______ 16.  smooth muscle frog, teased out H&E  H 1250
______ 17.  skeletal muscle striated muscle, l.s. H&E  H 1308
______ 18.  cardiac muscle heart  H&E  H 1350
______ 19. intercalated discs heart H&E + Iron 93W3530

*  All slides purchased from Carolina Biological except for the intercalated discs (#19)
**  H&E is a staining procedure using hematoxylin and eosin.



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