Unicellular and multicellular exocrine epithelial glands

so as we were discussing there were two

types of glandular epithelium first

would be the endocrine glands and next

would be the exocrine glands in this

case we're going to discuss the exocrine

glands and examples and within the

exocrine epithelial glands there are a

unicellular and multicellular types and

so let's first look at unicellular types

an example of that would be goblet cells

the goblet cells is what you would find

what you'll find in the trachea

epithelium and there are they produce

something in their absorptive cells and

then we would consider mu CH mucus music

and mucus next is multicellular and then

that this you would think of as being

the salivary glands and the sebaceous

glands salivary glands would have a type

of merocrine gland

Americain glands are type of gland where

the gland itself is not lost it actually

produces something but the glands

maintains its integrity whereas in

sebaceous glands how they are called

holocrine glands and holocrine glands

you the gland itself would be they would

lose some of its integrity I don't

remember the exact details but it

different America and then most of the

glands you would find in the body

American glance and then sebaceous so

oil glands is where you find the

holocrine glands anyway we have here the

examples of the exocrine epithelial

glands unicellular and multicellular so

these are important to remember

remember how they're released and know

that Halleck rain is different than

merocrine and that's it for that thank

you very much