Prepared microscope slide. Chordata: Amphibian testis x.s. (frog)
The testis is a part of the urogenital system of the frog.
These prepared slides are of very high quality produced in the U.S. by Lee Gonzales, a licensed histologist. The attached image of frog testis is of the slide being offered, at 400x.
Labelled microscopic images of testis are viewable HERE. They show interstitial cells (cells of Leydig), nuclei of Sertoli cells, seminiferous tubultes, sperm heads, sperm tails, spermatocytes, spermatagonia, spermatazoa. The site is from Tyler Junior College in Tyler, Texas.
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Forensics Lab Supply Number 3862182.
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"x.s." means "cross section".
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