The glands whose secretions are always inside the body are called endocrine glands.
The glands whose secretions come out of the body are called exocrine glands.
Enzymes and other than hormones
iii. Passage of secretions
Travel through blood
Never released into blood
Absent, hence also called duct less glands
Present, hence also called duct glands.
Glucagon, insulin, etc.
Enzymes like trypsin, erepsin, etc.
DIFFERENCES BETWEEN ENDOCRINE GLANDS AND EXOCRINE GLANDS
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Published: June 02, 2017 | Updated: June 02, 2017
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