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Human A & Ph Ch. 2


Exocrine Glands Glands that secrete substances outward through a duct.
Endocrine Glands Ductless glands that secrete hormones into the bloodstream.
Merocrine Glands Exocrine glands the secrete without losing cellular material.
Apocrine Glands Exocrine glands that have cytoplasm in their secretions.
Holocrine Glands Exocrine glands whose secretions are made up of disintegrated cells.
Extracellular Matrix The chemical substances located between connective tissue cells.
Fibroblasts Spindle-shaped cells that form connective tissue proper.
Chondrocytes Mature cartilage cells.
Stromal Cells Cells that provide structure or support for parenchymal cells.
Parenchymal Cells Cells that provide the actual function of the tissue.
Labile Cells Cells that undergo mitosis regularly and quickly.
Stable Cells Cells that do not regularly undergo mitosis but are able to if the need arises.
Permanent Cells Cells that cannot undergo mitosis.
Created by: equestriannah