Pancreas and the Ovaries(in females) are the glands which can be called both endocrine and exocrine.
Unicellular A single-celled organism is called unicellular. Examples of unicellular organisms are bacteria and protozoa.
Sweat glands exhibit a glandular type called an exocrine gland. Other examples of exocrine glands are milk, saliva and digestive juices.
Single celled organisms are also called unicellular. They included organisms from bacteria, archaea, protozoa, unicellular algae, and unicellular fungi.
They are called exocrine glands.
The muscular movement of the intestinal canal is called peristalsis.
they are called unicellular
most unicellular organisms reproduce by a process called asexual reproduction.
the organism which has more than 1 cell is called multicellular and the organism which has only 1 cell is called unicellular .
The pancreas is called a mixed gland because it has both endocrine and exocrine functions
Yes, it secretes its products into a tube/duct.
Exocrine glands are called duct glands e.g. sweat glands .
It produces both exocrine hormones and endocrine hormones.
It is called intestinal lining. Simple.
Most of Protozoa are made up of one cell hence called unicellular . Unicellular means one celled e.g. Amoeba is one celled .