Topic: Food Energy and Respiration Subtopic: Making the air moist, warm and clean
What are Cilia and why are they important?
Answer: Cilia are tiny hair like structures present in the throat that aid in the movement of air and trapping dust and germs from reaching the lungs.
- What are cross walls?
- Some white blood cells do not eat bacteria what do they do?
- What is glycogen and where is it stored?
- What is bronchiole?
- Does bronchi and bronchioles process air?
- How long is digestive tract?