Basics of biology
Cell structure and functions
Excitable tissues
Blood and Immune

Epithelial tissue

Epithelial tissue is a simple, yet fascinating tissue type.

Not only does it have an incredibly diverse range of functions for something that simply “covers and lines surfaces”, but the way in which it achieves these functions is a beautiful example of how tailored our anatomy is to be perfect for the job.

We will now take a deeper look at epithelial tissue.

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