difference between cytoskeleton and microtubule
microvilli are made of microfilaments and cilia is made of microtubules
Villi is the actual folds and waves of the mucosa layer of small intestines. Microvilli are microscopic hairlike projections on the villi that grab nutrients.
I take it you don't mean eyelashes! It is impossible to tell. However, there is a distinct difference between the cilia of a healthy lung and those of a diseased lung. Exhibits or photographs of "smoker's lungs" are usually those of diseased pig's lungs.
villi and cilia are hair-like projections in our bodies with the capacity for movement.
Cilia are small hair-like structures on the outside of some single-celled organisms and are used for movement. Villi are very small finger-like projections that line the wall of the small intestine. They increase the surface area available for the absorption of nutrients.
frogs intestine doesn't have a villi like humans.
cilia increases the cell surface and flagella increases the locomotion
Villi are in the small intestine and alveoli are in the lungs. They both work by diffusion.
Villi are linked between the digestive systme and excretory system.
They both work with diffusion and a difference would be alveoli is in the lungs and villi is in the intestines