Ultrastructure Morphology of Camel Blood Cells
Kufa Journal For Veterinary Medical Sciences
The main purpose of this study was to provide a basic cytology of camel blood by electron microscopy.Camel blood was collected, prepared, identified from two adult of one-humped female camels were clinically healthy. The fine structure of the red cells in camels was investigated and certain characteristic features were noted.The Scanning electron micrograph of camel erythrocytes showing elliptical shape and tropical waist (Tw) non-nucleated with 7.0±0.5 µm in diameter. The transmission of
... on microscopy of camel erythrocytes showed elliptical shape and tropical waist (Tw), also a trilaminar of membranes (Me) of marginal band that a zone of high electron density. The area of (Me) showed structures are dense and the (Me) was contacted with individual microtubules (Mt). There are few intracellular organelles were observed with the occasional exception of number of mitochondria (Mi). The camel erythrocyte is trilaminar, the inner and outer membranes are of high electron density between which is a zone of lesser electron density. There are few intracellular organelles were observed with the occasional exception of number of mitochondria. The erythrocyte marginal band consisting of microtubules was observed.The fine structure of the camel monocytes showed revealed the presence of a few short cisternae of rough endoplasmic reticulum and various forms of vesicles associated with the Golgi complex were seen near the mitochondria, which are located adjacent to the main indentation in the nuclei. Membrane bound granules of different sizes and spherical or oval in shape, were observed, vacuoles of various forms, a well-defined Golgi complex, few rough endoplasmic reticulum and mitochondria were noticed randomly distributed in the cytoplasm.