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general tissue info

stratified cuboidal circular nucleus
stratified squamos several layers, great wear, deep cell, can be cuboidal/columnar, esophagues, vagina, tongue
simple columnar oval nuclei, contain microvilli (small hairs) and goblet cells
simple cuboidal round nuclei, secretion of mucus, sweat, etc
simple squamos fried egg-scale like, saran wrap thin, joined end to end, low wear and tear
transitional squamos to cuboidal in shape, able to stretch
ciliated columnar have goblet cells, have cilia, make ovum move down fallopian tube
Created by: sarahanatomy