Mature prostate gland
Sperm release pathway
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Recognize and understand the histological organization of the prostate gland These are the nuclei of relatively mature primary spermatocytes, which are in the .
Besides the two basic types of mature prostatic cells intermediary cells were also seen, located between the basal and secretory cells or in their close vicinity.
Description:Scan along the tunica albuginea of the testis, looking for a region where it thickens and is permeated by a network of flattened channels in the dense connective tissue. This portion of the testis is known as the mediastinum; the network of channels is the rete testis and is probably best seen in slide Webscope ImageScope or Webscope ImageScope Observe that the rete testis is lined with a cuboidal or sometimes low-columnar epithelium and you may see occasional microvilli. Purely as an aside, these cells also have asingle or "primary" cilium. Obviously, these cilia don't contribute much in the way of helping to propel sperm through the channel.