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gastric juices are composed of pepsin, rennin, hydrochloric acid, and mucus.
Boogers, formally known as mucus, are composed of carbon, silcon-dioxide, hydrogen sulfate, and amoxicillin.
Goblet cells secrete mucus, a viscous fluid composed primarily of highly glycosylated proteins called mucins suspended in a solution of electrolytes.Goblet cells.
Mucus, i thinkAnther answerThe inner lining of the small intestine is composed of a layer known as the mucousa.
---- Gastric acid is mainly composed of hydrochloric acid, 2 protein digesting enzymes (Pepsin and Rennin), as well as mucus.
The word "mucus" is used with mucus membrane; mucus membrane secretes mucous.
mucus- mucus in the lungs makes breathing difficult
Also referred to as the mucociliary escalator; covers bronchi, bronchioles, and nose in the respiratory tract. It is composed of the mucus-secreting goblet cells and ciliated epithelium found in the mucosa lining of the respiratory tract. The cilia are continually beating, pushing mucus up and out into the throat, forming a major barrier against infection. Microorganisms trying to infect the respiratory tract are caught in the sticky mucus and moved up by this mucuciliary escalator. The mucus is pushed into the throat and swallowed, then digested by the body, preventing the microorganisms from causing any harm/infection to the body
Mucus and a dust a mucus and a dust a mucus and a dust, the Addams Family!!!!!!
Each salivary gland is composed of 2 types of cells: a. mucous cells secretes mucus and b.serous cells secretes a watery substance, serous fluid.
Mucus keeps the dust and other bacteria out. mucus actually safeguards lungs.
Yes its perfectly normal for mucus plug to be tinged Green or Yellow. Mucus plus means exactly that .. Mucus..
Mucus protects your body because when you sneeze the bacteria is caried in your mucus..So when you have a cold, the mucus helps you get rid of bacteria
Mucus glands are exocrine, not endocrine, glands. They secrete mucus via ducts.
Mucus is a noun.
nasal mucus that is green.
Mucus becomes solid when moisture is not present.
Cancer does not feed on mucus.
Mucus is a scientific name in itself.
Mucus expels diseases from your body. When viruses are in your body, your body puts them into mucus so that you can get rid of them. When you sneeze you are expelling mucus. That is why sneezing on someone can get them sick.
Mucus is that green stuff inside your nose. It's also inside your throat-it's there to (hopefully) stop viruses, bacteria and anything else that may start a disease getting inside your body. You swallow it and they get destroyed in the stomach. Mucus is the slimy matter secreted by your mucous membranes to provide lubrication and protection from germs. An example is the mucus in your nose.Mucus as in mucus plug, and mucus membrane.
Cilia remove mucus by pushing it in the airway passage. The mucus will be removed by cilia when it has impurities that are trapped therein.
Mucus acts like a flytrap and then the cilia on the mucus bring the bacteria up towards the mouth.