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The epithelium found predominantly towards the ovarian end of fallopian tubes is
  1. ciliated columnar
  2. squamous epithelium
  3. glandular epithelium
  4. stratified squamous


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The correct option is A ciliated columnar
Cells of the fallopian tube near the ovarian end are predominantly columnar cells that bear cilia to move the ovum towards the uterus. 


Squamous epithelium is seen in the walls of blood vessels where it helps in gaseous exchange by allowing transport of molecules across them by diffusion.

The glandular epithelium is seen in the stomach and intestines (goblet cells) and helps in secretions for digestions.

Stratified or compound squamous epithelium is seen in the dermis of the skin and functions in protection.

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