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Concept: Cell Junctions

Problem: In the digestive tract adjacent cells develop connections to form a sheet that prevents leakage of small molecules. These connections between cells are called a. communicating junctions.b. desmosomes.c. gap junctions.d. ion gates.e. tight junctions.

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In the digestive tract adjacent cells develop connections to form a sheet that prevents leakage of small molecules. These connections between cells are called 

a. communicating junctions.

b. desmosomes.

c. gap junctions.

d. ion gates.

e. tight junctions.

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