Cilia are a group of flagella that are microscopic, hair-like structures that extend outward from the surface of many animal cells. These structures are important in the cell cycle and replication. Cilia are divided into two categories:
What are three ways in which cilia play a role in cell function? You may consider examples in our own bodies, or in other organisms.
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