Apr 6, 2014
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A term applied to minute, lash-like processes which are seen with the aid of the microscope upon the cells covering certain mucous membranes – for example, the TRACHEA (or windpipe) and nose – and which maintain movement in the fluid passing over these membranes. They are also found on certain bacteria which have the power of rapid movement.

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