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It appears that the line of force above/South of the physical area is responsible for the tissue types in any particular area. For instance, the skin of the face is controlled by the line of force at the eyebrows.


Skin LU(KD)

Epidermis LU(KD)BL(KD)

Epidermis Stratum Corneum LU(KD)BL(KD)BL(KD)BL(KD)

Epidermis Stratum Lucidem LU(KD)BL(KD)BL(KD)KD(KD)

Epidermis Stratum Granulosum LU(KD)BL(KD)KD(KD)BL(KD)BL(KD)

Epidermis Stratum Spinosum LU(KD)BL(KD)KD(KD)BL(KD)KD(KD)

Epidermis Stratum Germinatium LU(KD)BL(KD)KD(KD)KD(KD)BL(KD)

Epidermal Basement Layer LU(KD)BL(KD)KD(KD)BL(KD)KD(KD)

Dermis LU(KD)KD(KD)

Dermis Reticular Layer LU(KD)KD(KD)KD(KD)

Dermis Papillary Layer LU(KD)KD(KD)BL(KD)

Sebacious Gland LU(KD)KD(KD)BL(KD)TW(TW)

Sweat Gland LU(KD)KD(KD)TW(TW)

Arrector Pili muscle LU(KD)KD(KD)KD(KD)ST(KD-SI)

Meissner's corpuscle

Pacinian Corpuscle

Melanocyte LU(KD)BL(KD)KD(KD)KD(KD)BL(KD)KD(KD)

Hypodermis LU(KD)KD(KD)KD(SP)

Basal Cells LU(KD)BL(KD)KD(KD)KD(KD)BL(KD)BL(KD)

Merkel Cell LU(KD)BL(KD)KD(KD)KD(KD)BL(KD)SE Nerves

Langerhans Cells LU(KD)BL(KD)KD(KD)BL(KD)PC(HT) or LU(HT) or LI(HT)

Epidermal pore LU(KD)BL(KD)KD(ST) or BL(ST)

Dermal Pore LU(KD)KD(KD)KD(ST) or BL(ST)

Pore LU(KD)TW(KD)KD(ST) or BL(ST)

Hair LU(KD)KD(KD)KD(KD)GB(KD)

Hair follice LU(KD)KD(KD)KD(KD)GB(KD)KD(KD)


Flesh SP(KD)

Reticular Fibers SP(KD)BL(KD)

Elastic fiber SP(KD)GB(GB)

Collagen fibers SP(KD)LV(LV)

Mast cells SP(KD)SI(HT)

Lymphocytes SP(KD)PC(HT)

Adipose cell SP(KD)SP(SP)

Adipose Cell inside SP(KD)SP(SP)SP(SP)

Ground Substance SP(KD)KD(KD)KD(KD)

Mesenchymal cells SP(KD)LV(HT)

Fibroblast SP(KD)KD(KD)

Fixed Macrophage SP(KD)LU(HT)

Free Macrophage SP(KD)LI(HT)

Plasma Cell

Melanocyte SP(KD)BL(HT)

Hair SP(KD)LI(LU)

Hair follice SP(KD)LI(LU)KD(KD)

Tendons GB(KD)

Reticular Fibers GB(KD)LV(LV)

Collagen fibers GB(KD)GB(GB)


Ligaments LV(KD)

Reticular Fibers LV(KD)LV(LV)

Collagen fibers LV(KD)GB(GB)


Bones KD(KD)

Topmost or lateral head KD(KD)BL(KD)

Bottommost or medial head KD(KD)KD(KD)

Marrow Cavity KD(KD)HT(KD)

External boundary KD(KD)LU(KD)

Internal Tissue boundary KD(KD)LI(KD)

Attached Tendon KD(KD)GB(KD)

Attached Ligament KD(KD)LV(KD)

Attached Muscle KD(KD)ST(KD)

Osteon KD(KD)KD(KD)KD(KD)

Interstitial Lamellae KD(KD)KD(KD)BL(KD)

Central canal KD(KD)KD(KD)KD(KD)KD(KD)

Lacunae KD(KD)KD(KD)KD(KD)HT(KD)

Endosteum KD(KD)KD(KD)KD(KD)LI(KD)

Collagen fiber in osteon KD(KD)KD(KD)KD(KD)LV or GB(KD)

Perforating Canals

Canaliculi

Periosteum KD(KD)KD(KD)KD(KD)LU(KD)

Sharpey's fibers

Muscles ST(KD)

Lower/Medial Bone connection ST(KD)KD(KD)

Upper/Lateral Bone Connection ST(KD)BL(KD)

Tendon connection ST(KD)GB(KD)

Epimysium muscle surface ST(KD)LI(KD)

Perimysium internal boundaries ST(KD)LU(KD)

Muscle fascicle ST(KD)ST(KD)ST(KD)

Muscle fascicle perimysium ST(KD)ST(KD)LI(KD)

Muscle fascicle endomysium ST(KD)ST(KD)LU(KD)

Muscle Fiber ST(KD)ST(KD)ST(KD)KD(KD)

Muscle Fiber Satellite Cell ST(KD)ST(KD)ST(KD)BL(KD)

Sarcolemma ST(KD)ST(KD)ST(KD)LU(KD)

Muscle Fiber Endomysium ST(KD)ST(KD)ST(KD)LI(KD)

Muscle Fiber Mitochondria ST(KD)ST(KD)ST(KD)SP(KD)

Muscle Fiber Nucleus ST(KD)ST(KD)ST(KD)KD(KD)KD(KD)

Myofibril ST(KD)ST(KD)ST(KD)ST(KD)KD(KD)

Sarcoplasmic Reticulum ST(KD)ST(KD)ST(KD)ST(KD)BL(KD)

Veins PC(KD to SI)

Tunica Externa PC(KD to TW)LU(KD)

Endothelium PC(KD to SI)LI(KD)

Tunica Media PC(KD to TW)ST(KD)

Tunica Interna PC(KD to TW)KD(ST) or BL(ST)

Cavity PC(KD to SI)HT(KD)



Arteries TW(KD to SI)

Cavity TW(KD to SI)HT(KD)

Endothelium TW(KD to SI)LU(KD)

Tunica Externa TW(KD to TW)LI(KD)

Tunica Media TW(KD to TW)ST(KD)

Tunica Interna TW(KD to TW)KD(ST) or BL(ST)

Elastic Layer TW(KD to SI)LV(KD)


Capillaries SI(KD to SI)


Lymphatic Vessels PC(PC)

Lymph Nodes PC(PC)KD(KD)


Nerves 45° off direct angles (KD to SI)

Dendritic head Any Nerve(KD to SI)KD(KD)

Synaptic tail Any Nerve(KD to SI)BL(KD)

Internal cavity Any Nerve(KD to SI)LU(KD)

Dendrites Any Nerve(KD to SI)LV(KD)

Synaptic cleft Any Nerve(KD to SI)HT(KD)

Connected muscle Any Nerve(KD to SI)ST(KD)

Myelin Any Nerve(KD to SI)LI(KD)

Capillary Any Nerve(KD to SI)SI(KD)



Individual Cells All(HT)

Red blood cells HT(HT) and SI(HT)

Lymphocytes LU(HT) and LI(HT)

Macrophages/Mast Cells LV(HT) and GB(HT)

Plasma /serum KD(HT) and BL(HT)

Platelets PC(HT) and TW(HT)

Phagocytes SP(HT) and ST(HT)


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