This section contains free e-books and guides on Cytology, some of the resources in this section can be viewed online and some of them can be downloaded.
An introduction to cytologyLester W SharpOnline
| 480 Pages
This book has been
prepared for students of the biological sciences who desire a means of becoming
more readily acquainted with the literature and problems of cytology. Topics
covered includes: Description of the cell, the nucleus, the centrosome and the
blepharoplast, plastids and chondriosomes, metaplasm; polarity, somatic mitosis
and chromosome individuality, the achromatic figure, cytokinesis, and the cell
wall, reduction of the chromosomes, the role of the cell organs in heredity,
mendelism and mutation.
Fundamentals of cytologyLester W. SharpOnline
| 292 Pages
This book covers the following topics
related to cytology: Position of Cytology in Biological Science, The Organism
and the Cell, Structural Components of Protoplasts, Protoplasm, The Cell Walls
of Plants, Chromosomes, Cytology of Reproduction in Animals, Cytology of
Reproduction in Plants Other than Angiosperms.
General CytologyNational Open University of NigeriaPDF
| 92 Pages
This lecture note
covers various topics in general cytology, ranging from microscopy, cell
division and cell cycle control, cell growth and differentiation, to
The Cytology and Life History of BacteriaKenneth Alexander BissetOnline
| 188 Pages
The purpose of
this book is to present a reasoned case for regarding bacteria as living cells
with the same structure and functions as other living cells, and to correlate
the available information upon the various types of bacteria. Major topics
covered are: Surface Structures, The Bacterial Nucleus, Sexuality in bacteria,
Life Cycles in Bacteria, Macroformations, Evolutionary Relationships of Bacteria
and the genetics of bacteria.
Manual for Cytology (PDF 44P)Dr.
S. P. AgarwalPDF
| 44 Pages
This book covers the following topics: Role of Diagnostic Cytology, Collection and Preparation of Material
for Cytodiagnosis, Cytopreparatory techniques of Serous Effusions, Fixation of
Cytology specimens, Staining methods in Cytology.
Image segmentation applied to cytology (PDF 48P)Niels
| 48 Pages
This note covers the following topics: What is a cancerous cell, A
spot, Input and Output of the segmentation, Heterogeneous shapes, Segmentation,
Threshold using the histogram, Extraction of the heaps, Extraction of the nucleiís boundaries, Beucherís Gradient and Over-segmentation.
Introduction to Cytology Specimen Collection Manual (PDF 30P)Blanchard Valley
| 30 Pages
This manual is intended to be used as a specimen collection
guideline for cytology. Each separate area of concern is included in a different
procedure. Therefore, items such as "transportation", "patient preparation", and
"preservation required" may differ from procedure to procedure.