A. Plots of the distribution of enzyme activity over cross-sections of a primary modular structure of rat liver, reconstructed as 3D surfaces. The central vertical line denotes the location of the central venule, labelled 'CV' in Fig. 6B (after Teutsch et al. 1992: fig. 4; reproduced by permission of the Histochemical Society); B-C. A few of the 146 drawings of cross-sections of a secondary unit showing segments of the portal tracts and septa, from which a 3D structure—C—was constructed (after Teutsch et al. 1999: figs. 3 and 6; copyright of J. Wiley & Sons, Inc.).

From Beyond illustration: 2d and 3d digital technologies as tools for discovery in archaeology by Bernard Frischer and Anastasia Dakouri-Hild

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  • European: Ancient to 400 C.E.
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  • Figure 7C A. Plots of the distribution of enzyme activity over cross-sections of a primary modular structure of rat liver, reconstructed as 3D surfaces. The central vertical line denotes the location of the central venule, labelled 'CV' in Fig. 6B (after Teutsch et al. 1992: fig. 4; reproduced by permission of the Histochemical Society); B-C. A few of the 146 drawings of cross-sections of a secondary unit showing segments of the portal tracts and septa, from which a 3D structure—C—was constructed (after Teutsch et al. 1999: figs. 3 and 6; copyright of J. Wiley & Sons, Inc.).