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Unformatted text preview: 2. Cells have Cilia 3. Column shaped cells 1. Contains Goblet Cells 1. Primary lining of respiratory tract. 2. Large glands and part of male urethra. Transitional Epithelium 1. Stretchy Cells 2. Reduces cell layers from 4 or 5 cells to 3 layers of cells. 1. Allows expansion to accommodate for increased urine. 2. Ureters prevent excessive pressure. 1. Lines renal calyces. 2. Ureters 3. Urinary Bladder 4.Portion of the Urethra. Stratified Squamous Epithelium 1. Multi-Layered 2. Thin and Flat 1. Protect skin by being filled with keratin 1. Outer Layer of Epidermis. 2. Esophagus, which makes cells lose their living component. 2. Forms cornified Layer mouth, anus, vagina. 1. Simple Cuboidal 1. Single layered 2. Cube Shaped 3. Wraps to form tubules & ducts of glands 1. To wrap and form secretory units and ducts. 2. produce the secretion that glands release. 1. Secretory units and ducts of most glands....
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