Published on November 14, 2007
SPECIALIZED CELLS How the body system cells work
Salivary Glands http://socrates.berkeley.edu/!brandley/Teaching/ib131l/histo/digestive/pictures/salivary.html
Stomach Cells http://socrates.berkeley.edu/!brandley/Teaching/ib131l/histo/digestive/pictures/stomach2.html
Small Intestine (Villi) http://socrates.berkeley.edu/!brandley/Teaching/ib131l/histo/digestive/pictures/ileum.html
Large Intestines http://socrates.berkeley.edu/!brandley/Teaching/ib131l/histo/digestive/pictures/colon2.html
Nasal Cells http://socrates.berkeley.edu/!brandley/Teaching/ib131l/histo/respiratory/pictures/nasaepi.html
Trachea Cells http://socrates.berkeley.edu/!brandley/Teaching/ib131l/histo/respiratory/index.html#alveoli
Bronchus Cells http://socrates.berkeley.edu/!brandley/Teaching/ib131l/histo/respiratory/index.html#alveoli
Muscle Cells http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Illu_muscle_tissues.jpg
Bone Cells http://socrates.berkeley.edu/!brandley/Teaching/ib131l/histo/cartandbone/pictures/osteon.html
Kidney Cross Section http://socrates.berkeley.edu/!brandley/Teaching/ib131l/histo/urinary/pictures/kidney.html
Kidney Cells http://www.abcam.com/index.html?datasheet=26135
Artery Cells http://chemo.net/newpage91.htm
Vein Cells http://anatomy.iupui.edu/courses/histo_D502/D502f04/Labs.f04/circulatoryquot;20lab/s38.jpg
Red Blood Cells http://www.siteaboutnothing.com/images/red#blood#cells.jpg
Blood Cells http://www.abc.net.au/science/photos/whatis/answer4.htm
Pancreas Cells from http://www.pathguy.com/histo/005.jpg
Adrenal Gland Cells http://socrates.berkeley.edu/!brandley/Teaching/ib131l/histo/endocrine/pictures/adrenal.html
Skin Gland Cells http://socrates.berkeley.edu/!brandley/Teaching/ib131l/histo/endocrine/pictures/skin.html
Thyroid Cells http://biology.clc.uc.edu/fankhauser/Labs/Anatomy_&_Physiology/A&P202/Endocrine_System/Endocrine_Histology.htm
Immune System http://www.karlloren.com/biopsy/index.htm
White Blood Cells http://www.purlife.com/immune.htm
Attacking Anthrax http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Neutrophil_with_anthrax_copy.jpg
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