Histology Atlas by Donald L. Rubbelke D.A., Biology Department, Lakeland Community College
This tissue module is designed to acquaint you with the basic characteristics of tissues. The design enables the "first-timer" to take a systematic approach by stepping through tissue categories and topics to learn key characteristics of each tissue type. Go to Tissues: An IntroductionLumen Histology Slide Series by Loyola University Medical Center
This site includes cell and molecular body lessons, host defense lessons, and function of the human body lessons. Go to Lumen Histology Slide SeriesCross Sectional Mini-Atlas
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Philip Tate, Instructor of Anatomy and Physiology, Phoenix College
James Kennedy, Instructor of Anatomy and Physiology, Phoenix College
John Lampigano, Instructor of Cross-Sectional Anatomy, Gateway Community College
Cadaver Sections Provided by Grant Dahmer, Director of Willed Body Programs, Biotechnology Specialist (ISP), Department of Cell Biology and Anatomy, University of Arizona College of Medicine