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Epithelium: Unveiling the Intricacies of Our Body's Protective Shield Uterus lining during menstruation

Background imageEpithelium Collection: Uterus lining during menstruation, SEM

Uterus lining during menstruation, SEM
Uterus during menstruation. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the lining of the uterus being shed during menstruation

Background imageEpithelium Collection: Gallbladder surface, SEM

Gallbladder surface, SEM
Gallbladder. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the surface of the gallbladder showing the numerous microvilli that cover the columnar epithelium

Background imageEpithelium Collection: Human digestive system, artwork

Human digestive system, artwork. At top, food from the mouth forms a bolus that is swallowed down the oesophagus. At centre, the bolus is about to enter the stomach (arrow)

Background imageEpithelium Collection: Intestinal lining

Intestinal lining

Background imageEpithelium Collection: Trachea lining, SEM

Trachea lining, SEM
Trachea lining, coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM). The tracheal lining contains mucus-secreting goblet cells and epithelial cells bearing hair-like cilia (blue)

Background imageEpithelium Collection: F. colour SEM of the uterine lining, endometrium

F. colour SEM of the uterine lining, endometrium
F.colour SEM of the uterine lining, endometrium

Background imageEpithelium Collection: Intestinal microvilli, TEM

Intestinal microvilli, TEM
Intestinal microvilli, coloured transmission electron micrograph (TEM). The microvilli are finger-like projections (seen here in circular cross-section)

Background imageEpithelium Collection: Fallopian tube, SEM

Fallopian tube, SEM
Fallopian tube. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the surface of a human fallopian tube. Fallopian tubes are ducts that lead from the ovaries to the uterus

Background imageEpithelium Collection: Anatomy of the female breast

Anatomy of the female breast

Background imageEpithelium Collection: Human olfactory system, artwork C016 / 9378

Human olfactory system, artwork C016 / 9378
Human olfactory system. Computer artwork of a section through a human head, showing the olfactory receptor cells (brush-like), and their location in the olfactory bulb (sausage-shape)

Background imageEpithelium Collection: Cross-section diagram of a cancerous tumour including calcium deposits, blood vessels

Cross-section diagram of a cancerous tumour including calcium deposits, blood vessels, tumour outgrowth, epithelial layer, ulcerated area, bleeding, nerve fibres, dead tissue and a lymph vessel

Background imageEpithelium Collection: Anatomy of inner ear and sinuses

Anatomy of inner ear and sinuses

Background imageEpithelium Collection: Anatomy of the structure and layers of the stomach wall

Anatomy of the structure and layers of the stomach wall

Background imageEpithelium Collection: Woman breast implant cross section

Woman breast implant cross section. Comparison diagram, under and over pectoral muscle

Background imageEpithelium Collection: Nasal lining, SEM

Nasal lining, SEM
Nasal lining. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the olfactory epithelium that lines the nasal cavity, showing olfactory cells (red) surrounded by numerous cilia (hair-like projections)

Background imageEpithelium Collection: Intestinal villi, SEM

Intestinal villi, SEM
Intestinal villi. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a section through a part of the small intestine, showing the villi that cover its inner surface

Background imageEpithelium Collection: Helicobacter pylori bacteria, SEM C016 / 9136

Helicobacter pylori bacteria, SEM C016 / 9136
Helicobacter pylori bacteria. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of Helicobacter pylori bacteria (green) in the stomach. H

Background imageEpithelium Collection: Trachea lining, SEM C015 / 9936

Trachea lining, SEM C015 / 9936
Trachea lining. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a section through the lining of the trachea (wind pipe). The trachea links the larynx (voice box) to the lungs

Background imageEpithelium Collection: Retina layers, SEM C018 / 0520

Retina layers, SEM C018 / 0520
Retina layers, coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM). The retina of the human eye is found on the inside of the eyeball and is formed from a number of layers

Background imageEpithelium Collection: Colon cancer, endoscopic view C016 / 8308

Colon cancer, endoscopic view C016 / 8308
Colon cancer. Endoscopic view of a malignant (cancerous) adenocarcinoma (upper right) in a patients ascending colon (large intestine)

Background imageEpithelium Collection: Human olfactory system, artwork C013 / 5940

Human olfactory system, artwork C013 / 5940
Human olfactory system. Cutaway computer artwork of a persons head, with an enlargement (upper right) showing the olfactory receptor cells (red)

Background imageEpithelium Collection: Trachea lining, SEM C013 / 7126

Trachea lining, SEM C013 / 7126
Trachea lining. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the lining of a trachea (wind pipe), showing the cilia (hair-like) and goblet cells (orange). The trachea links the larynx to the lungs

Background imageEpithelium Collection: Trachea lining, SEM C013 / 7122

Trachea lining, SEM C013 / 7122
Trachea lining. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a section through the wall of a trachea (wind pipe). The trachea links the larynx to the lungs

Background imageEpithelium Collection: Bladder epithelium, light micrograph

Bladder epithelium, light micrograph
Bladder epithelium. Light micrograph of a vertical section through the wall of the urinary bladder. The inner surface is at top

Background imageEpithelium Collection: Trachea, SEM

Trachea, SEM
Trachea. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the lining of the trachea (windpipe). The trachea links the larynx (voice box) to the lungs

Background imageEpithelium Collection: Cross section illustration of human olfactory system

Cross section illustration of human olfactory system

Background imageEpithelium Collection: Microscopic view inside of the artery with intestinal villi

Microscopic view inside of the artery with intestinal villi

Background imageEpithelium Collection: Conceptual image of intestinal villi

Conceptual image of intestinal villi

Background imageEpithelium Collection: Conceptual image of simple cuboidal epithelia

Conceptual image of simple cuboidal epithelia

Background imageEpithelium Collection: Cutaway view of female breast with woman figure showing lymphatic glands

Cutaway view of female breast with woman figure showing lymphatic glands
Woman breast cutaway, cross section diagram with woman figure showing lymphatic glands

Background imageEpithelium Collection: Microscopic view of intestinal villi inside the small intestine

Microscopic view of intestinal villi inside the small intestine
Microscopic view of intestinal villi which can be found inside of the small intestine

Background imageEpithelium Collection: Conceptual image of stratified squamous epithelium

Conceptual image of stratified squamous epithelium

Background imageEpithelium Collection: Conceptual image of simple columnar epithelium

Conceptual image of simple columnar epithelium

Background imageEpithelium Collection: Conceptual image of pseudostratified columnar epithelium

Conceptual image of pseudostratified columnar epithelium

Background imageEpithelium Collection: Microscopic cross section view of the small intestine

Microscopic cross section view of the small intestine. TheAsmall intestineAis a long, highly convoluted tube in the digestive system that absorbs about 90% of the nutrients from the food we eat

Background imageEpithelium Collection: Conceptual image of stratified cuboidal epithelium

Conceptual image of stratified cuboidal epithelium

Background imageEpithelium Collection: Woman torso with breast cutaway, cross section

Woman torso with breast cutaway, cross section

Background imageEpithelium Collection: Respiratory system, Epithelial lining of the communication channel between nose and pharynx

Respiratory system, Epithelial lining of the communication channel between nose and pharynx, under microscope
Medicine - Human Histology - Respiratory system - Epithelial lining of the communication channel between nose and pharynx, under microscope

Background imageEpithelium Collection: Epithelial lining ulcer

Epithelial lining ulcer
Medicine - Human Histology - Pathology - Digestive system - Stomach - Microscopic view of epithelial lining ulcer

Background imageEpithelium Collection: Trachea lining, SEM C016 / 9756

Trachea lining, SEM C016 / 9756
Trachea lining. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the lining of the trachea (wind pipe). The trachea links the larynx to the lungs

Background imageEpithelium Collection: Sunburnt skin

Sunburnt skin. Coloured electron micrograph (SEM) of epidermal skin cells after sunburn. These stratified epithelial cells have been destroyed by ultraviolet (UV)

Background imageEpithelium Collection: Human skin, SEM

Human skin, SEM
Human skin. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the surface layer of the human skin, the epidermis. The outer layer of the epidermis (the stratum corneum)

Background imageEpithelium Collection: Coloured SEM of the surface of human skin

Coloured SEM of the surface of human skin
Human skin. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the surface of healthy human skin. The scaly appearance is due to the dead outer cells being constantly shed (sloughed off) and replaced

Background imageEpithelium Collection: Trachea, light micrograph

Trachea, light micrograph. The trachea is lined with ciliated columnar epithelium. Goblet cells (green), which secrete mucus, are seen in the epithelium

Background imageEpithelium Collection: Bladder lining, TEM C014 / 1473

Bladder lining, TEM C014 / 1473
Bladder lining. Transmission electron micrograph (TEM) of a section through the epithelial cells that line of a human bladder, showing large flat vesicles (large, blue)

Background imageEpithelium Collection: Ampullary cupula, artwork

Ampullary cupula, artwork
Ampullary cupula. Computer artwork showing how the ampullary cupula in the human vestibular system of the inner ear senses head rotation (top) and forward motion (bottom)

Background imageEpithelium Collection: MDCK cells, inverted light micrograph C017 / 7647

MDCK cells, inverted light micrograph C017 / 7647
MDCK cells. Differential interference contrast inverted light micrograph of Madin-Darby canine kidney (MDCK) cells. This is a kidney epithelial cell line from a cocker spaniel

Background imageEpithelium Collection: Colon, light micrograph F006 / 9806

Colon, light micrograph F006 / 9806
Colon, light micrograph. Goblet cells, which secrete mucous to lubricate the epithelium, are red. Magnification: x150 when printed at 10 centimetres wide



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Epithelium: Unveiling the Intricacies of Our Body's Protective Shield Uterus lining during menstruation, SEM: Witness the remarkable transformation of the uterus lining during menstruation under the scanning electron microscope (SEM). Marvel at its ability to regenerate and prepare for new beginnings. Gallbladder surface, SEM: Delve into the intricate landscape of the gallbladder surface through a captivating scanning electron microscope (SEM) image. Explore how this epithelial layer aids in digestion and bile storage. Human digestive system, artwork: Embark on a visual journey through an artistic representation of our complex human digestive system. Discover how epithelial cells form protective barriers that facilitate nutrient absorption and waste elimination. Intestinal lining: Uncover the secrets held within our intestinal lining as it safeguards against harmful substances while allowing vital nutrients to pass through. Appreciate its role in maintaining overall gut health. Trachea lining, SEM: Peer into the microscopic world of tracheal epithelium using a scanning electron microscope (SEM). Observe how these specialized cells protect our airways from foreign particles and ensure smooth breathing. F. colour SEM of uterine lining, endometrium: Experience an explosion of vibrant colors as we explore the uterine lining's endometrium under a field emission color scanning electron microscope (F. colour SEM). Witness nature's breathtaking artistry up close. Intestinal microvilli, TEM: Dive deep into our intestinal microvilli with transmission electron microscopy (TEM), revealing their finger-like projections responsible for maximizing nutrient absorption efficiency – truly nature's ingenious design. Zebra fish skin, SEM: Immerse yourself in mesmerizing patterns etched onto zebra fish skin when observed under a scanning electron microscope (SEM). Admire how epithelial cells contribute to both protection and beauty in aquatic life. Bacteria in the nose, SEM.