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Can someone explain the difference between ciliated cells and ciliated epithelium? ( 4 marks )
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Not going to answer it, seeing as that's just the question :P

BUT, what the question seems to actually want from you:

Explain the difference between ciliated cells and ciliated epithelium? (4 marks)
You'll probably get a mark straight off the bat for a discussion into cilia and their function/mechanism of action, i.e. what they do
You'd also get a mark for a discussion into epithelium tissue and what it does
You'd also get one for going over what ciliated epithelium does, where it is, just that kind of thing
And then doing a comparison between individual cells vs a tissue

That's what I'd do, at least. Seems like a weird question
Give it a go and post your answer :P
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(Original post by Callicious)
Not going to answer it, seeing as that's just the question :P

BUT, what the question seems to actually want from you:

Explain the difference between ciliated cells and ciliated epithelium? (4 marks)
You'll probably get a mark straight off the bat for a discussion into cilia and their function/mechanism of action, i.e. what they do
You'd also get a mark for a discussion into epithelium tissue and what it does
You'd also get one for going over what ciliated epithelium does, where it is, just that kind of thing
And then doing a comparison between individual cells vs a tissue

That's what I'd do, at least. Seems like a weird question
Give it a go and post your answer :P
Ok thank you for breaking it down for me
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Hi,

Callicious has analysed the Q and worked out the answers very well.

If I may, I would add a couple of things:-

1. In structure of cilia. for A* level, you could include the 9 + 2 microfibrillar organisation (probs outside A level syllabus).
2. You could mention, for "ciliated cells", the unicellular organisms that use them for locomotion.

M
I agree that it is an odd Q.
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