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Questions about Serous membranes and Mucous Membranes

... epithelium, indicate where the mucous membrane having this epithelium would be found -Stratified squamous(several answers) -Pseudostratifiedd ciliated epithelium -Simple columnar d)The epithelial layer of mucous membranes contains specialized epithelial cells called goblet cells. What is the ...

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by tomkkk
Mon Jan 10, 2011 3:36 am
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Questions about Serous membranes and Mucous Membranes
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what happens to dead cell

alot of dead cells are also eliminated in mucous which in respiratory surfaces is moved out of the body by the movement of ciliated cells. However, in other areas like the GI tract and the urinogenital tracts the huge amounts of fluids found here just wash off/away the dead cells.

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by nyawira
Tue Jun 22, 2010 11:50 am
Forum: Cell Biology
Topic: what happens to dead cell
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Why do you keep talking about species

... Arm foot Lamp shells Lophophore and pedicle between 300 and 500 extant Bryozoa Moss animals Moss animals, sea mats Lophophore, no pedicle, ciliated tentacles about 5,000 living species Chaetognatha Longhair jaw Arrow worms Chitinous spines either side of head, fins about 100 modern species ...

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by gamila
Mon Jun 29, 2009 5:35 pm
Forum: Evolution
Topic: Why do you keep talking about species
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Re: how does innate immunity link to b-cell and t-cell responses

... the skin - a thick, continuous, keratinised barrier that protects it from patogens. Natural openings are protected by mucus secretions and ciliated epithelia. If the above barriers are penetrated the body first responds with innate (non-specific) defence mechanisms mentioned above. If the ...

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by favorina
Fri Jan 30, 2009 6:55 pm
Forum: Cell Biology
Topic: how does innate immunity link to b-cell and t-cell responses
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Microorganisms - please help identify

... of its spherical shape and what appears to be spines and axopodia. Paramecium is usually longer/more slender with the entire body surface being ciliated…so the second one could possibly be stylonychia or euplotes, also members of the ciliates. The last one almost sounds like a rotifer (or Stentor ...

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by LittleBeaver
Fri Jan 25, 2008 9:25 pm
Forum: Microbiology
Topic: Microorganisms - please help identify
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