[Answer] Which organ system is lined by transitional epithelium to accommodate stretching?

Answer: urinary system
Which organ system is lined by transitional epithelium to accommodate stretching?

Transitional epithelium is a type of stratified epithelium. This tissue consists of multiple layers of epithelial cells which can contract and expand in order to adapt to the degree of distension needed. Transitional epithelium lines the organs of the urinary system and is known here as urothelium. The bladder for example has a need for great distension.

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