What are the following and where you find them in animal body ?(a) Chondriocytes, (b) Axons, (c) Ciliated epithelium

Chondriocytes : In the matrix of cartilage (connective tissue), in chondrin, there lies some large, bluntly angular cartilage cells called chondriocytes. They lie scattered in chondrin. Chondriocytes occur in clusters of 2 or 3 cells in small species called the lacunae.
(b) Axons : They occur in nervous tissue or nerve tissue. It arises from the cyton at axon hillock. It is elongated fibre.
© Ciliated epithelium : It lines the inner surfaces of
some hollow organs like nasal passage, bronchioles, small bronchi and fallopian tubes