What Is the Function of the Cilia in the Respiratory System?

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The function of the cilia in the respirator system is by filtering out dust. Cilia are tiny hairs in the nasal passage. The cilia moves back and forth to keep foreign matter out.
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sweep, mucus and other particles away from the lungs.
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The cilia which line the nasal cavities trap dust and
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Cilia beats to move fluid and bacteria from the respiratory tract to be swallowed. It is the 1st line of defense against irritants and helps keep them moving so you don't get infections
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Well, you already got two of them. But the main one is the nasal mucous membranes Starting from the exterior nares back through the nasal cavity and down the throat. The nose is designed
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