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Figure 3: Photomicrographs of Group III stained with H and E: (a) the parenchyma of the spleen (white pulp + red pulp). Note: average number of lymphatic nodules. (b) increase cellularity with appearance of germinal center in the nodule. A marginal zone demarcated the white pulp from the red pulp. (c) variability in size, shape and density of the nuclei of the cells within the white pulp. Note: the presence of central arteriole

Figure 3: Photomicrographs of Group III stained with H and E: (a) the parenchyma of the spleen (white pulp + red pulp). Note: average number of lymphatic nodules. (b) increase cellularity with appearance of germinal center in the nodule. A marginal zone demarcated the white pulp from the red pulp. (c) variability in size, shape and density of the nuclei of the cells within the white pulp. Note: the presence of central arteriole