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Parotid gland with a striated duct (top) and serous acini (bottom)
Clara cells (red) of bronchioles and type I/II alveolar cells (blue) Type I cells are flat, type II look spindly due to surfactant
Intercalated duct (top), striated duct (bottom)   Striated ducts have more cytoplasm and are therefore typically larger. Intercalated appear collapsed on itself.
Spermatogonia (red), primary spermatocytes (blue), Sertoli cells (green) Sertoli cells do not have round nuclei, oriented at 90 degrees to the base.
Tongue
Submandibular gland with striated duct (top), serous acini (left) and mucous acini (right).
 
Serous predominates in submandibular.
Chief cells (blue) and parietal cells (red) in the fundus of the stomach
Thick skin
Prostrate
Auerbach's plexus
Mucosa (orange), submucosa (green), muscularis externa (blue) of the small intestine
Mediastinum testes
Paneth cells (red) and APUD cells (blue)   Paneth have apical granules. APUD are hard to differentiate but they lie on the basal border of the small intestine.
Small intestine
Goblet (red) and absorptive cells (blue) of the small intestine. The spaces are called crypts.
Colon. Mucosa (blue) and submucosa (red)
Sebaceous gland
Granulosa lutein (red) and theca lutein cells of the corpus luteum
Appendix
Spermatozoa (red) and spermatid (blue) in seminiferous tubules
Lip, with external (top), vermilion zone (middle) and internal (bottom) layers
Ductus deferens Notice the pseudostratified stereociliated cells
Intralobular duct (top) and interlobular duct (bottom)
The major cell are serous acini of the pancreas. The islet of Langerhans differentiates this from the parotid gland.
Tunica albuginea (red) and ductus epididymidis (blue) The ductus epididymidis has stereocilia in the lumen
Eccrine sweat gland
Seminal vesicle
Serous acini (blue) and centroacinar cells (red) of the pancreas
Primary follicle
Esophagus
Theca cells (red), granulosa cells (green), zona pellucida (blue) and antrum (orange) of a secondary follicle
Thin skin
Central vein (red) and portal vein (or triad, blue) of the liver
Circumvallate papillae
Secretory. Notice the secretory product in the gland lumen and the lack of mitotic cells.
Meissner's plexus (submucosal nerve plexus)
Bronchi (blue) and bronchiole (red)
Bronchi because there is a small amount of cartilage below and to the left of the arrow
Ovary
Portal vein (red), artery (green) and bile duct (blue) of the portal triad
Kupffer cell (purple) and hepatocyte (orange) of the liver
Corpora spongiousum (green), corpora cavernosa (red), tunica albuginea (blue), penile urethra (orange) of the penis
Kupffer cell (red) and hepatocyte (blue) of the liver
The mucosa (red), submucosa (green) and muscularis (blue) of the appendix
Stomach
Goblet cells (red) and ciliated columnar epithelium (blue) of the trachea
Kidney, with cortex (top) and medulla (bottom)
Sublingual gland with mucous acini (top) and intralobular ducts (bottom)   Mucous predominates in sublingual glands.
Macula densa (red) and juxtaglomerular apparatus (blue)
Transitional epithelium of the bladder (or urinary tract).
Interlobular duct (red), intralobular duct (blue), lobule (green) of inactive breast
Transitional epithelium of the bladder or urinary tract
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