Now, so far as we can make out, the histological structure of our auditory centre is the same as that of our visual centre.
The eyes were taken out and prepared for histological study.
histological examination of the nervous system has failed to disclose associated structural alterations.
The histological elements become more differentiated, and a few organs reach a fuller development.
But the same diversity is found in the functioning of histological elements belonging to different tissues more or less akin.
histological cross-sections, prepared by A. Wayne Wiens, of the ventral epidermis of both sexes were used to study brood patches.
They have in fact no organs to which a definite sense can be attached on histological grounds.
In many cases which have been described as primary atrophy the histological investigation of the stomach has been very defective.
Of great importance, too, are the histological anomalies discovered by Roncoroni in the brains of criminals and epileptics.
histological researches have led to a modification of this hypothesis.
histology his·tol·o·gy (hĭ-stŏl'ə-jē)
The science concerned with the minute structure of tissues and organs in relation to their function. Also called microanatomy.