Cuboidal epithelium Forms the lining of the small intestine and absorbs

Cuboidal epithelium forms the lining of the small

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Cuboidal epithelium
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Forms the lining of the small intestine and absorbs nutrients E. Columnar epithelium E. Columnar epithelium Lines the fallopian tubes to sweep an ovum toward the uterus F. Ciliated epithelium F. Ciliated epithelium One layer of flat cells A. Simple squamous epithelium A. Simple squamous epithelium May have microvilli to increase the surface area for absorption E. Columnar epithelium E. Columnar epithelium Permits reabsorption of useful materials back to the blood by the kidney tubules D. Cuboidal epithelium D. Cuboidal epithelium Many layers of cells; surface cells are alternately rounded to flat C. Transitional epithelium C. Transitional epithelium Question 24 out of 4 pointsRefer to Figure 4-2 in your text. Which two of these tissues seem to be most related in structure? Why did you select these two and why didn't you select the third? Response Feedback: [None Given] Question 312 out of 12 pointsWhich types of epithelial tissues are capable of secretions; that is, make up glands? Define "glands." Name the three major types of glands found in the human body (one unicellular and two multicellular). For each major type of gland, give the definition, give one location where it is found, and what its secretion is.Selected Cuboidial and Columnar epithelial tissuesare capable of secretions.
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