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Exocrine Gland

Simple Tubular
A tube shaped gland lined with cells
Exocrine Gland

Simple Branched Tubular
Still uniformly tube shaped, but branched
Exocrine Gland

Coiled Tubular
Still a simple gland, unbranched duct, uniform diamater, but coiled (i.e. Sweat Gland)
Exocrine Gland

Simple Alveolar or Acinar
Starts out uniform, bulbous at the end, named for a roman jar. (found in lungs)
Exocrine Glands

Simple Branched Alveolar
Bulbous end with branching
(i.e. Sebaceous Glands)
Exocrine Glands

Compound Tubular
2 or more branches
(i.e. bulbourethral glands in male)
Exocrine Glands

Compound Tubuloalveolar or Tubuloacinar
Branching into both tubes and alveoli
(i.e. Salivary Glands and Pancreas)
Exocrine Glands

Compund Alveolar or Compound Acinar
Branching off into branches with bulbous ends. (i.e. Mammary Glands)