Question 7

What are the following and where do you find them in animal body
(a) Chondriocytes
(b) Axons
(c) Ciliated epithelium



They are cells of cartilages, and are present in small cavities within the matrix secreted by them.


They are long, slender projections of neurons that help in carrying nerve impulses away from the neuron body. Axons aggregate in bundles which make up the nerves.

Ciliated epithelium:

It consists of simple columnar or cuboidal epithelium with cilia on their free surfaces. It is present on the inner surface of the oviducts and bronchioles. Where it helps in the movement of eggs or mucus in specific directions.

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