I took a quiz today on cell structure basics, which included cell junction types. I disagree with the "correct answer" according to the teacher.
Here is the question:
Which cell type would have the most tight junctions? a) Pancrease cells b) Ovarian cells c) Epithelial cells (in the intestine) d) Muscle cells (skeletal)
According to my teacher, muscle cells is the correct answer.
I argued that the answer should be epithelial cells, as muscles cells (according to the text) primarily use desmosomes for cell-to-cell adhesion, while epithelial cells rely on tight junctions primarily.
I searched it up quickly on Google, and from what I have found, epithelial cells is the correct answer.
Is my teacher incorrect?