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Dr. Richard Kessel

The surface of the inner mucosa of simple columnar epithelial cells of the mammal appendix, which is an evagination of the cecum region of the large intestine. The rounded projections are folds of the epithelium over the numerous lymphatic nodules, and the slit-like apertures are openings into the tubular crypts of Lieberkuhn of the mucosa. SEM X45  **On Page Credit Required**
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The surface of the inner mucosa of simple columnar epithelial cells of the mammal appendix, which is an evagination of the cecum region of the large intestine. The rounded projections are folds of the epithelium over the numerous lymphatic nodules, and the slit-like apertures are openings into the tubular crypts of Lieberkuhn of the mucosa. SEM X45 **On Page Credit Required**

Filename: 901117.jpg
From gallery: Dr. Richard Kessel
Photographer: Richard Kessel
Source: Visuals Unlimited, Inc.
Date: 2 Jan 2011
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Credit: Dr. Richard Kessel & Dr. Randy Kardon/Tissues & Organs/Visuals Unlimited, Inc.
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