Ciliated Cells in Trachea, SEM

Ciliated Cells in Trachea, SEM

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Caption: Scanning electron microscope of ciliates cells in a mouse trachea. The tracheal lining contains mucus-secreting goblet cells and epithelial cells bearing hair-like cilia. The movement of the cilia moves mucus and foreign particles upwards out of the respiratory tract, helping to keep the lungs and airways free. Magnification 600x at approximately 8x8.5 inches.

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