Why is the nucleus in columnar tissue present at base?

Asked by shambhavi.vatts | 1st Jul, 2010, 08:45: PM

Expert Answer:

Columnar epithelium cells are elongated and columnar shaped. The nuclei are elongated and usually located near the base of the cells so that they are at the same level as the nuclei in the neighbouring cells.

Answered by  | 14th Jul, 2010, 03:02: PM

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