The ciliated epithelial cells are required to move particles or mucus in a specific direction. In human, these cells are mainly present in :

  • Option 1)

    Bile duct and Bronchioles

  • Option 2)

    Fallopian tubes and Pancreatic duct

  • Option 3)

    Eustachian tube and Salivary duct

  • Option 4)

    Bronchioles and Fallopiun tubes

Answers (12)

 

Ciliated epithelium -

Single layer of columnar or cuboidal cells bearing cilia on their surface.

- Contains goblet cells (secretory cells) in some locations.

- wherein

Locations - Upper respiratory tract, uterine (fallopian) tube, uterus, paranasal sinuses, ventricles of brain & spinal central canal (ependyma).

Functions - Moves mucous and other substances by ciliary action, movement of gametes.

 

 

 

The ciliated epithelium lines bronchioles to move the air and trap particles and in fallopiun tubes to move the ovum and zygote after fertilization.


Option 1)

Bile duct and Bronchioles

Option 2)

Fallopian tubes and Pancreatic duct

Option 3)

Eustachian tube and Salivary duct

Option 4)

Bronchioles and Fallopiun tubes

4 option

Fallopian tubes and pancreatic duct

ans 4

 

option 4

 

S Srinu

4

4

  • Bronchioles and Fallopiun tubes

Bile duct and bronchioles

 

Bronchioles and Fallopian tubes

Option 4 

A Aditi

bronchioles and fallopian tubes

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