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Figure 7: Electron micrographs, Group I. (a) White pulp. Small lymphocytes (Ly), their nuclei showed a condensed chromatin pattern, while large lymphocytes with large euchromatic nucleus (N), Note: Rough endoplasmic reticulum and mitochondria (m). (b) Red pulp. Red blood cell and lymphocytes. Plasma cell (PI) nucleus (N) with rough endoplasmic reticulum and Golgi body (g). (c) Dendritic cell cytoplasmic processes (head arrow), mitochondria (m) and electron dense bodies. (d) Macrophage, oval eccentric nucleus (N), Golgi complex (g) and lysosomal bodies. (e) Megakaryocyte with internal membrane system (arrow) and numerous small dense granules (g). The nucleus (N)

Figure 7: Electron micrographs, Group I. (a) White pulp. Small lymphocytes (Ly), their nuclei showed a condensed chromatin pattern, while large lymphocytes with large euchromatic nucleus (N), Note: Rough endoplasmic reticulum and mitochondria (m). (b) Red pulp. Red blood cell and lymphocytes. Plasma cell (PI) nucleus (N) with rough endoplasmic reticulum and Golgi body (g). (c) Dendritic cell cytoplasmic processes (head arrow), mitochondria (m) and electron dense bodies. (d) Macrophage, oval eccentric nucleus (N), Golgi complex (g) and lysosomal bodies. (e) Megakaryocyte with internal membrane system (arrow) and numerous small dense granules (g). The nucleus (N)