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short, cell surface projections; move in unison creating a unidirectional current that propels substances across cell surface
Pseudostratified Epithelium
Cilia that moves phlem through the upper respitory system
Ciliate Columnar
Cilia that moves the egg down the phiolpean tube to the uterus.
Tubular extentions of the plasma membrane; Increase SA for absorption
Glandular Epithelia
Makes the glands of the body; they excrete something
Cuboidal Cells
boxlike cell, approx. as tall as they are wide
Columnar Cells
Tall and Column Shaped Cell
Secrete their products onto body surfaces (skin) or into body cavities--the unicellular glands directly (by exocytosis) and the multicellular glands via an epithelium-walled duct that transports the secretion to the epithelial surface
Produce hormones by exocytosis directly in to the extracellular space
regulatory chemicals
Tubular Shape
Shape of the Exocrine gland; it's simple, branched, or compound--sock shaped
Acinar Shape
Shape of the Exocrine gland; it can be cluster, simple, branched, compound. Looks like a raspberry. EX: Mammary Gland
Holocrine Function
The exocrine gland sheds its entire cell to secrete (ex: puss)