Electron Micrograph of Smooth Muscle Cells Close to Nerve Axons In Transverse Section
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Electron Micrograph of Smooth Muscle Cells Close to Nerve Axons In Transverse Section
EM of smooth muscle cells close to nerve axons in transverse section. Several smooth muscle cells (Sm) are in the field of view; one is sectioned at the level of its nucleus (N). A group of unmyelinated axons (Ax) supported by the process of a Schwann cell (SC) is seen in surrounding interstitial connective tissue. An axonal varicosity contains a cluster of synaptic vesicles (SV). 37,000×.

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Netter's Essential Histology
Netter's Essential Histology
Author: William K. Ovalle, Patrick C. Nahirney
Chapter: Muscle Tissue
Page: 99
 
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