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What happens to cilia after carbon monoxide from cigarette smoke combines with hemoglobin in blood?

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Carbon Monoxide in Cigarettes. ... Carbon Monoxide enters the blood from the lungs and combines with hemoglobin, blocking the blood's ability to carry ...
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... the number of tobacco products smoked and how the smoke ... Cigarette Ebook. Carbon Monoxide ... combines with hemoglobin, blocking the blood ...
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... organism and its external environment. Respiration in ... transport in the blood. Carbon monoxide ... the cigarette smoke become trapped ...
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