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Histology Powerpoint slides MORE DIAGRAMS THAN TEXT As the author, I hold the copyright to all material on this site, including the Powerpoint presentations, so they are for personal use with acknowledgement, but are not to be incorporated into anything for sale..If your computer does not have PowerPoint, here is the site to download a viewer …

Links to Useful Web-Sites for ANATOMY: Down-loadable e-Books of the Lecture Outlines by Professor Fink can be purchased from the WLAC Bookstore at:

Stratified Squamous Epithelium. A stratified squamous epithelium consists of more than one (typically many) layers, or strata, of epithelial cells (see figure).

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Prof. Neubert was born July 21, 1949 in Bärenstein/Erzgeb., Germany. He studied Pharmacy at Martin-Luther-University (MLU) Halle …

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Digestive System Melissa Gonzales McNeal 14 53 • Histology Intestine – Villi – Microvilli –brush border – Payers patch – Muscosa •Simple columnar epithelium

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KCUMB Students “Big Robbins” — Infectious Lectures follow Textbook. QUIZBANK — Infectious disease (all) Microbe Library– American Society for Microbiology teaching resources. THE 17 NEGLECTED TROPICAL DISEASES (NTD’s): Only lack of money / interest prevents the 1 billion people affected with one of more of these from being …

Oral Anatomy ~ Oral Histology Oral Embryology & Genetic Tooth Development Oral Diseases and Genetic Diseases & Disorders ~ Oral Health Oral Bacteriology, Oral Immunology & Oral Microbiology

PHYSICAL EXAMINATIONS & PROCEDURES: BY PHYSICAL AREA (Basic & Advanced) (Images, Simulations, Videos/Movies & Audio/Sound) Abdominal Exam, Gastroenterology, Digital Rectal Exam

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skin model {} epidermis, histology {} skin, histology The skin is our bulkiest organ, and our most vulnerable. It protects us, controls our inner temperature, and helps the world know whether we’re male or female and whether we are ready for romance.