The structure of the glandular epithelium.

The glandular epithelium is a type of epithelial tissue that covers the glands (both exocrine and endocrine) in our body. This fabric has a free surface that faces either body fluids or the external environment and thus provides a cover or cushion for some part of the body. The cells are compactly packed with a small extracellular matrix. There are two types of epithelial tissues: simple epithelium and composite epithelium. Simple epithelium consists of a single layer of cells and functions as a liner for body cavities, ducts, and tubes. Composite epithelium consists of two or more cell layers and has a protective function, just like in our skin.

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