Various forms of cells

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“A, columnar cells found lining various parts of the intestines (called columnar epthelium); B, cells of a fusiform or spindle shape found in the loose tissue under the skin and in other parts (called connective-tissue cells); C, cell having many processes or projections - such are found in some kinds of connective tissue; D, primitive cells composed of protoplasm with nucleus, and having no cell wall.” — Blaisedell, 1904


Albert F. Blaisedell Our bodies and How We Live (Boston: Ginn &, 1904) 9


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