In observing epithelial cells under a microscope, the cells are arranged in a single layer and look tall and narrow, and the nucleus is loca

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In observing epithelial cells under a microscope, the cells are arranged in a single layer and look tall and narrow, and the nucleus is located close to the basal side of the cell. The specimen is what type of epithelial tissue?

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    Columnar epithelial tissue.

    Explanation:

    The above scenario confirms that these are simple columnar epithelial tissue because columnar cells are tall, narrow and nucleus in the tall column like cells located at the basal end of the cells. Columnar epithelial tissue are responsible for absorption and secretion of molecules. These are present at some part of digestive tract, female reproductive tract, and respiratory system.

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