What are the visible characteristics of ciliated pseudostratified columnar epithelium? Select all that apply. View Available Hint(s) Cilia project from the apical surface into the lumen. The nuclei are found in multiple planes, giving the illusion of multiple cell layers. Each cell within the pseudostratified tissue can be clearly seen touching the basement membrane. Goblet cells are columnar cells that can be seen interspersed within the tissue. Each cell has a uniform height yet the nuclei fall in multiple different planes. Submit Previous Answers X Incorrect; Try Again; 4 attempts remaining At least one of your answers is incorrect. Pseudostratified columnar tissue contains cells of various heights.

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