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Figure 1:(a-e): Light micrographs of the control rat's colon: (a and b) – H and E stained section of rat colon Subgroup Ia and b showing, intact colonic mucosa (M), limited externally by muscularis mucosa (↑). Large number of tubular intestinal gland (crypts) lined with numerous goblet cells are seen separated by connective tissue lamina propria. Note: Submucosa (sm), musculosa (m). (c and d) Alcian blue/periodic acid Schiff-stained section of Subgroup Ia and b. The bluish goblet cells are frequently seen which increased with jujube in Subgroup Ib. (e) Gomori's trichrome-stained section of Subgroup Ia and b showing, normal distribution of collagen fibers in lamina propria and submucosa (Mic., X100)

Figure 1:(a-e): Light micrographs of the control rat's colon: (a and b) – H and E stained section of rat colon Subgroup Ia and b showing, intact colonic mucosa (M), limited externally by muscularis mucosa (↑). Large number of tubular intestinal gland (crypts) lined with numerous goblet cells are seen separated by connective tissue lamina propria. Note: Submucosa (sm), musculosa (m). (c and d) Alcian blue/periodic acid Schiff-stained section of Subgroup Ia and b. The bluish goblet cells are frequently seen which increased with jujube in Subgroup Ib. (e) Gomori's trichrome-stained section of Subgroup Ia and b showing, normal distribution of collagen fibers in lamina propria and submucosa (Mic., X100)