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What is the most common type of exocrine gland?

Goblet cells


Is the tonsil a goblet cell?

No , tonsils are lymphatic gland but it also contains goblet cells .


An example of a unicellular gland is what?

goblet cells/mucocytes


What type of tissue contains goblet cells?

Pseudostratified epithelial cells and simple columnar cells of Bone tissues contain goblet cells.


What type of cells secrete mucous in the stomach?

Goblet cells.


What type of cell produces mucus?

Goblet Cells


What type of cells have large numbers of Golgi apparatus?

Study Island A's : Gland Cellsgland cells


What type of epithelial cell that secretes mucus?

goblet cells


What type of gland discharges fragments of the gland's cells during secretion?

apocrine


The only membrane type in which goblet cells are found?

Mucous Membrane


What is holocrine gland?

Holocrine gland is a type of exocrine gland that destroys its own cells in addition to its products. An example of this is the sebaceous gland.


What type of cell is a goblet cell?

Animal cells. Globet cells are parts of glandular columnar epithelia.


What cell type lines the trachea?

Pseudostratified ciliated columnar with Goblet Cells


What tissue type are goblet cells located within?

Simple Columnar Epithelium


Which organ structure goblet cells is?

The goblet cells are found and scattered among the other cells in the epithelium.


What type of glandular tissue is a goblet cell?

It is unicellular gland, which secretes the mucus. It is present in the lining of stomach, intestine and respiratory mucosa.


Microvilli cilia and goblet cells are modifications of which type of epithelial tissue?

simple columnar


Are goblet cells dangerous?

Goblet cells are not dangerous; they are a normal part of human anatomy.


What is the function of goblet cells?

Goblet cells secrete a protective lubricating mucous to help trap dust and bacteria so it can be transported by your mucosal linings via villi organelles in your sinuses outside your body.Your goblet cells make mucus; they make about one quart of mucus per day.Goblet cells produce mucus.Goblet cells are part of the epithelium lining of lungs and intestines of mammals. They secrete mucus that helps carry away body wastes. Goblet cells are also part of the epidermis of fish, giving fish scales a slippery coating of mucus.It produces mucus in a glandular epithelium, such as in the lining of the respiratory or the intestinal tract.A gland goblet cell produces a slimy material called mucus. The mucus moves out of the cells and onto the inner lining of the gullet (oesophagus). Here the mucus acts like a lubricant, cutting down friction between food and the lining of the gullet. :)Hope it helps you xoxoA gland goblet cell produces a slimy material called mucus. The mucus moves out of the cells and onto the inner lining of the gullet (oesophagus). Here the mucus acts like a lubricant, cutting down friction between food and the lining of the gullet. :)Hope it helps you xoxothe function of goblet cells is to make mucous for trapping dust particles which enters in our windpipe.


In which type of cells would you expect to find more ER?

In the rough ER, pancreas cells and cells of the pituitary gland.


What are gland cells?

Gland cells are cells that release digestive enzymes into the gastro vascular system. Gland cells are also known as zymogen cells.


How do goblet cells adapt?

goblet cells adapt by being hairy and catching all the mucus and bacteria to help the ciliated cells do their job


Why are goblet cell goblet shaped?

Goblet cells are shaped this way because of the large droplet of mucous in them.


What colour are goblet cells?

Goblet cells do not have an exact color, by via mimcroscope, they appear purple, or dark blue.


What does goblet cells produce?

Goblet cells produce mucin which mixes with H2O to produce mucus (H2O+Mucin)