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glands

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the release o from the gland cell of a substance that has been synthesized by the cell and that usually affectsother cells in other parts of the body secretion
expulsion of waste products excretion
glands witout ducts, which empty their secretory products directly into the blood stream endocrine gland
glands that empty their secretory products on an epithelial surface, usually by means of ducts exocrine glands
a relative stable but constantly changing stat of the body homeokinesis/homeostasis
a gland with ducts that do not branch simple gland
a gland with ducts that branches into lobes and maybe further divided into lobules complex gland
secretions are passed through the cell wall without any appreciable loss of cytoplasm or noticalbe damage to the cell membrane merocrine gland
hair follicles of the skin halocrine gland
glands that looses a small amount of cytoplasm and cell membrane, sweat and prostate apocrine gland
secretions are passed through the cell wall without any appreciable loss of cytoplasm or noticalbe damage to the cell membrane merocrine gland
hair follicles of the skin halocrine gland
glands that looses a small amount of cytoplasm and cell membrane, sweat and prostate apocrine gland
secretions are passed through the cell wall without any appreciable loss of cytoplasm or noticalbe damage to the cell membrane merocrine gland
hair follicles of the skin halocrine gland
glands that looses a small amount of cytoplasm and cell membrane, sweat and prostate apocrine gland
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