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Chapter-01 Cell Structure by Singh Inderbir (2011) Edition : 6/e

The study of cells, tissues and organs with the help of microscope is referred to as histology. Fixation and staining are the traditional histological methods. Haematoxylin-eosin staining is the commonest staining procedure used in histology. Micrometer and nanometre are the units of measurement used in histology. A cell is bounded by a cell membrane within ... [More]

Chapter-01 Embryology by Kadasne DK (2011) Edition : 1/e

Intrauterine development of an individual can be studied under embryology. Intrauterine development has two stages: Embryonic stage and fetal period. Embryonic stage covers first two months where as fetal stage starts from third month to the birth. Organs and different systems of the body are developed during the embryonic stage. Ontogeny and phylogeny are r... [More]

Chapter-01 Introduction by Rawlani Shobha, Rawlani Shivlal (2011) Edition : 1/e

This chapter discusses about human anatomy which deals with the structure of human body and introduces the student to the greater part of medical terminology. A class of people acquired the art of healing which urged them to know about the human body and these clinical people detailed out anatomical facts in relation to diseases. The subdivisions of anatomy ... [More]

Chapter-01 Introduction to Anatomy by Ashalatha PR, Deepa G (2011) Edition : 3/e

This chapter discusses about medical and anatomical terminology, terms, approaches in studying anatomy where anatomy is the study of structure and function of the body. Anatomical terminology is important because it introduces the student to a large part of medical terminology. All descriptions in human anatomy and clinical medicine are expressed in relation... [More]

Chapter-01 Some Essential Terms by Singh Inderbir (2011) Edition : 5/e

This chapter discusses about subject of anatomy, main subdivisions of the human body, structures constituting the human body and some features of joints, where anatomy is the science that deals with the structure of the human body. The thorax is in the form of a bony cage within which the heart and lungs lie. The attachment of a muscle to bone may be a direc... [More]

Chapter-01 The Cell by Prasad SR (2011) Edition : 2/e

Cell, Cell membrane, Cellular organelles, Mitochondria, Endoplasmic reticulum, Golgi apparatus, Ribosomes, Lysosomes, Peroxisomes, Cytoskeleton of the cell, Microfilament, Intermediate filament, Microtubules, Centrosome and centriole, Cytoplasmic inclusions, Nucleus, Basal surface, Side surface, Free surface, Microvilli, Cilia.

Chapter-02 Abc of Genetics by Kadasne DK (2011) Edition : 1/e

This chapter explains basic terms used in the field of genetics. Genes is the most important unit in the genetics. Genes are the basic units of heredity which are made up of DNA. The position of gene on chromosome is called locus. Genetic constitution of an individual is the genotype where as physical or biochemical expression of the genotype refers to pheno... [More]

Chapter-02 Bones of Upper Extremity by Singh Inderbir (2011) Edition : 5/e

This chapter discusses about skeleton of the upper limb and the skeleton of the hand, where lower end of the humerus is joined to the upper ends of the radius and ulna to form the elbow joint. Knowledge of the ages at which various centres of ossification appear, and the ages at which epiphyses fuse to the diaphysis is of practical importance in determining ... [More]

Chapter-02 Connective Tissue by Rawlani Shobha, Rawlani Shivlal (2011) Edition : 1/e

This chapter discusses about connective tissue which is one of the most abundant and widely distributed tissue of the body. Connective tissue is made up of cells and extracellular matrix also called as intercellular substance. Lymphocytes appear in general connective tissue, under pathological conditions migrating from lymphoid tissue or from circulation. Ea... [More]

Chapter-02 Epithelia by Singh Inderbir (2011) Edition : 6/e

Epithelia is characterised as outer surface of the body and the luminal surfaces of cavities within the body are lined by one or more layers of cells that completely cover them. It may be unilayered or multi-layered or stratified. Simple epithelium is further classified into 3 types which are squamous epithelium, cuboidal epithelium and columnar epithelium. ... [More]