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GLYCOGEN IN LIVER CELLS
     Stained with carmin, nuclei
     are stained with haematoxylin

1 - glycogen (red or magenta staining)
2 - nuclei

GLYCOGEN IN LIVER CELLS
     Stained with carmin, nuclei
     are stained with haematoxylin

1 - glycogen (red or magenta staining)

GLYCOGEN IN LIVER CELLS
     Stained with carmin, nuclei
     are stained with haematoxylin

1 - glycogen (red or magenta staining)
2 - nuclei

LIPIDS IN LIVER CELLS
     Stained with osmium, nuclei
     are stained with safranin

1 - lipid droplets (black)
2 - nuclei

 

 

LIPIDS IN LIVER CELLS
     Stained with osmium, nuclei
     are stained with safranin

1 - lipid droplets (black)
2 - nuclei

 

 

GOLGI BODY
     Stained with silver nitrate

1 - Golgi body (dark curls or ringlets)
2 - nuclei

 

 

MITOCHONDRIA IN EPITHELIAL CELLS
     Stained with silver nitrate, nuclei
     are stained with safranin

1 - mitochondria (dark dots)
2 - nuclei

 

MITOCHONDRIA IN EPITHELIAL CELLS
     Stained with silver nitrate, nuclei
     are stained with safranin

1 - mitochondria (dark dots)
2 - nuclei

 

 

CILIA (IN CILIATED EPITHELIAL CELLS)
     Stained with iron haematoxylin

1 - basal bodies of cilies
2 - cilia

AMITOSIS
     Stained with haematoxylin and eosin

Cells which divide by amitosis

AMITOSIS
     Stained with haematoxylin and eosin

Cells which divide by amitosis

MITOSIS IN PLANT CELLS
     Stained with iron haematoxylin

1 - prophase
2 - metaphase
3 - anaphase
4 - telophase
5 - interphase (cell is not in mitosis)

MITOSIS IN MAMMALIAN CELLS
     Stained with iron haematoxylin

1 - metaphase
2 - anaphase

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