An example of a unicellular gland is what?
Is the pancreatic islet cell part of a unicellular or a multi cellular organism Is it a eukaryotic or a prokaryotic?
Unicellular exocrine glands are certain cells that are specialized for secretion. Even though they are single cells and have no ducts, they are still considered to be exocrine because they secrete their products directly to a specific site. The most common unicellular exocrine glands are the goblet cells that secrete mucus in the epithelium of your trachea and digestive tract.
All the bacteria and archea are unicellular organisms without nucleus. For example streptococcus pneumoniae is one of them. Unicellular organisms, such as these bacteria, are referred to as Prokaryotic, or as Prokaryotes. These terms refer to all cells and Unicellular organisms without a nucleus or membrane-bound organelles. They contrast to eukaryotes, which do have a nucleus and membrane-bound organelles. For example, humans are made of eukaryotic cells,