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Where do we find ciliated columnar simple epithelium?


  1. Ducts of Salivary glands

  2. Nostrils

  3. Endometrium

  4. Bowman's Capsule


Solution

The correct option is B

Nostrils


We find ciliated columnar epithelial tissue in ducts conducting secretions, mucous and to a huge extent in nostrils and trachea where they trap microorganisms, dust and other particulate matter from entering the lungs. 

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