By Michael Berridge

Transporting Epithelia summarizes the development that has been made in knowing a variety of epithelial delivery platforms.
This e-book discusses the epithelia excited about osmotic and ionic rules from protonephridia to the mammalian kidney. It additionally explains the digestive and absorptive epithelia, in addition to the epithelia that produce precise secretions, equivalent to milk, endolymph, aqueous humor, cerebrospinal fluid, sweat, and tears. in addition, this booklet describes the position of the epithelium within the body structure of the animal and the constitution of the epithelium. Then, the constitution of the epithelium is correlated with its physiological houses.
This booklet might be necessary either for educating and as a reference for study staff attracted to comparative elements of delivery phenomena.

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59. Apical region of the striated duct of human submaxillary salivary gland. X 19,000. Courtesy of Dr. Bernard Tandler. Fig. 60. A canaliculus between adjacent acinar cells of human labial salivary gland. X 25,000. Courtesy of Dr. Bernard Tandler. Fig. 61. Basal surface of the acinar cell of human submaxillary salivary gland. X 45,000. Courtesy of Dr. Bernard Tandler. Fig. 62. Fig. 63. 44 Basal region of human submaxillary striated duct. X 28,000. Courtesy of Dr. Bernard Tandler. Acinar serous cell of human submaxillary gland.

Fig. 79. 56 Columnar cells from the intestine of the guinea pig. A portion of a goblet cell appears at left. X 6200. From /. Cell Biol. 34, 123-155. Courtesy of Dr. Keith R. Porter. Apical surface of the intestinal columnar cell. X32,000. F r o m ' / . Cell Biol 34, 1 2 3 155. Courtesy of Dr. Keith R. Porter. Basal surface of the intestinal cell. X 23,000. Courtesy of Dr. Keith R. Porter. DIGESTION AND Insect Midgut ABSORPTION The endoplasmic reticulum probably synthesizes digestive enzymes that are secreted into the lumen, and may also synthesize some blood proteins (235).

Courtesy of Dr. Albert W. Sedar. The parietal cell of the bat. X 10,000. From Bloom and Fawcett "A Textbook of Histology/' Saunders, Philadelphia. Courtesy oi Dr. Susumu Ito. £·? m? DIGESTION AND Vertebrate Liver basal surface faces the sinusoid. Basement membrane is absent along most of the length of the sinusoid (32) except calf liver, which has a distinct basement membrane (309). The narrow intercellular space between the hepatic cells is in free communication with the space of Disse, but is closed oft from the canaliculi by occluding zonules (Fig.

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