Cell type found in nervous tissue?
There two types of cells found in nervous tissue. These two types of cells include: neurons and neuroglial cells.
All four tissue types are present in the stomach. The stomach is lined with EPITHELIAL type cells (simple columnar). Beneath the epithelial cells there is CONNECTIVE type tissue. Beneath this you will find (smooth) MUSCLE cells. There is also NERVOUS type tissue present in the wall of the stomach (myenteric and submucosal plexus).
You have confused stem cell with the cells found in the brain stem. Stem cells are cells have have the ability to be any cell (plenipotentiary). Actually this begins early in embryo development. All the cells in a ball of 8, 16, 32 cells can be any cell and eventually become any organ or organism. As the numbers increase, they become set in one direction or another and are no longer considered stem cells. The…