tubular gland

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tubular gland

[′tü·byə·lər ′gland]
(anatomy)
A secreting structure whose secretory endpieces are tubelike or cylindrical in shape.
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5) staining procedures, the simple tubular glands appeared blue and purple in color, respectively, owing to the presence of sulfated mucins.
The mucous membrane of proventriculus was lined by a simple columnar epithelium, invaginating to form the simple tubular glands (Fig.
62 mm thick, and the simple tubular glands were only 0.
The glandular area presents pleats whose recesses originate deep pouches, occupied by simple tubular glands, the lining epithelium is cylindrical simple.
The wider central region, with simple tubular glands of mucous secretion (Fig.

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