A ciliated cell contains hair-like structures that detect foreign bodies, such as dust particles and bacteria. These foreign particles, as well as excess mucus, are removed from the airways to prevent blockage.
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The ciliated cell has tiny hairs that are called cilia. They sweep bacteria and mucus into the back of the throat
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A ciliated epithelial cell is one that has some tiny hairs which are known as cilia. The function of the cilia is to trap any harmful particles and prevent them from getting to the cell.
It is a cell that helps moves liquids around the body (e.g. Mucus)
A ciliated epithelial cell is modified in various ways to be able to perform its function. It is shaped like a wine goblet and that is why they are commonly referred to as goblet cells.
they are hair like cells that move the food down your throat .
A ciliated cell is an animal cell. They are designed to stop dust and bacteria.
The function of ciliated cells are to move substances across the surface of the cells such as mucus.
Ciliated Epithelial Tissue
The ciliated cells has tiny hairs on it, called cilia, which sweep mucus, which is produced by goblet cells, up the airway. The mucus traps dirt particles and stop them from entering the lungs and causing infection. The ciliated cell therefore sweeps mucus up the airway where it is either swallowed or coughed out.
The function of the ciliated epithelium of the tracheobronchial tree is secretion and absorption. These cells control the mucus produced.
A ciliated epithelial cell is can be found in the esophagus, trachea, or even lining the inner wall of the intestine!
A ciliated epithelial cell is adapted to remove dirt from people's lungs.
A ciliated epithelial cell is can be found in the esophagus, trachea, or even lining the inner wall of the intestine
The function of ciliated columnar epithelium is to move mucus and other substances found in the fallopian tubes, lungs, and other organs.
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A ciliated epithelial cell is found in your windpipe to sweep out mucus and in your lungs to brush any infections off.
A ciliated cell dies when it finishes doing it job which is either to sweep up mucus to the throat or to brush up dust and destroy it.
A ciliated cell has a number of special features which helps in the normal functioning. They have protruding hairs which are able to trap anything that may be harmful to the cell in the mucus.
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