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What is the difference between Exocrine and Endocrine?

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B. Rickets

B. Rickets

Answered on Aug 30, 2019

The endocrine system is composed of a plethora of glands, and there are two kinds of glands in the body, and they are called endocrine glands and exocrine glands. Endocrine glands have specific characteristics, such as secreting hormones into the bloodstream, no ducts. These glands possess an abundant blood supply with a large number of blood vessels. The exocrine gland, of which there are two kinds, secretes chemical substances into ducts. These include simple types and compound types.


The significant difference between the endocrine gland and exocrine gland is an endocrine gland lacks ducts and remains as blocks of tissue. The endocrine gland secretes chemical substances straight into the bloodstream, while the exocrine gland secretes its product into a duct. Exocrine glands release their products into the external environment, but endocrine glands release their products into the internal environment.

j. Goodman

J. Goodman, Web Content Writer, San Antonio

Answered on Aug 14, 2019

Exocrine and endocrine are both glands that can be found in the body. They have different functions too. The Exocrine glands are responsible for secreting different enzymes that will be excreted externally. Endocrine glands will secrete hormones that will go directly into the bloodstream. The hormones need to work fast to ensure that the body will work properly.

The exocrine gland can make it possible for the body to do things short term. For example, the body may need a short burst of energy. The exocrine gland can be responsible for this. The endocrine gland can usually secrete hormones that will be used by the organs so that it can function well in the long run.

H. Barnes

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H. Barnes, Unemployed, Barnes, Atlanta

Answered on May 24, 2019

Exocrine and endocrine glands both have important functions in the body. Endocrine glands are ductless, but exocrine glands secrete substances through a duct. Exocrine secrete enzymes and the secretion is poured at the sight of the action or when it reaches its target. They secrete externally. Endocrine glands secrete hormones and the secretion is poured into the blood directly.

They secrete internally. Exocrine glands control short term activities, while endocrine glands control an organ's long term target. There are variations of both glands. Sweat and gastric glands are examples of exocrine glands. Thyroid glands and adrenals are examples of endocrine glands.

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