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Microvilli, composed of actin microﬁlaments anchored to terminal web. Microvilli increase apical surface area to aid in absorption. ■ Cilia, composed of microtubules, arise from basal bodies. Cilia aid in the transport of material across the surface of the epithelium. ■ Stereocilia, unusually long microvilli that aid in absorption. ■ Lateral surface (domain): Contains junctional complexes that connect cells to neighboring cells. ■ Tight junctions (zonula occludens), specialized membrane proteins between the apical and the lateral surfaces of the cell.
The cytoplasm in this view also contains some mitochondria and numerous intermediate ﬁlaments coursing through the cytosol. Some of the ﬁlaments near the plasmalemma of the cell are more likely actin ﬁlaments, which are concentrated in the cortex (outer layer) of many cells. CHAPTER 2 ■ 19 Cell Structure and Function A Figure 2-6A. Cell surface and cytoskeleton, intestinal absorptive cells. EM, ϫ73,000 Microvilli with core of actin filaments Zonula occludens Zonula adherens Terminal web (actin filaments) Intermediate filaments Macula adherens B Microtubules Intermediate filaments /neurofilaments) Mitochondria Synaptic vesicles This image is restricted to a very small part of the surfaces of two absorptive cells (enterocytes) in the wall of the small intestine.
Cilia ies od lb sa Ba ent em ne Bas mbra me B Pseudostratified columnar epithelium Figure 3-9B. A representation of the pseudostratiﬁed ciliated columnar epithelium of the trachea. Cilia Basal body Ciliated columnar cell Basement membrane Goblet cell Basal cell Cilia, basal body, and microtubules Connective tissue D. Cui D. Cui Basal body Secretory goblet cells are interspersed among the ciliated columnar cells. Cilia are elongated, motile structures that are about 5 to 10 times longer than microvilli.