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The Dustagrabba cells.

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Nose hairs

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What are the cells in the nose and throat that trap dust particles called?

Its called the cilia.


Cells in the nose and the throat that trap dust particles?

They are actually small hairs called Cilia. Not cells.


What are the cells in the nose and throat that trap dust particles?

cylia cells


What cells in the nose and throat trap dust particles?

Epithelial cells I think.... or Cilia, no i think Cilia are hairs!


What are the cells in the nose and throat that trap dust particle called?

Its called the cilia.


What are minute particles called?

dust particles


What two things are trapped and swallowed at the back of the throat by these cells?

Mucus and dust are two things that are trapped and swallowed at the back of the throat by cilia cells.


What two thing are trapped and swallowed at the back of the throat by these cells?

Mucus and dust are two things that are trapped and swallowed at the back of the throat by cilia cells.


What are dust particles in your house made from?

70% of the dust in our houses are made from dead skin cells.


What cells have cilia?

small hairs that brush the dust caught in the throat away


What are the tiny little solid particles called in the atmosphere?

Sediments, such as silt, sand, and gravel.


What are minute volcanic particles?

The tiny volcanic particles ejected from a volcano are rock fragments formed during explosive shattering of sticky magma. Particles called ash are fragments smaller than 2 mm in diameter and the finest ash, minute particles less than 0.06 mm in diameter, are called volcanic dust.