cilia protect you lungs by stopping and bacteria and dust from reaching them. if the cilia is damaged then dust and bacteria will be able to get down you throat and cause a lot of damage. hope this helped :)
No, there are different organic compounds in tobacco and paper of cigarette which may produce carbon monoxide on burning.
Respiration is when a living organism exhales (breaths out) to produce carbon dioxide. Photosynthesis is the process where plants get energy from the sun to produce food for them selves and other living organisims.
a vascular spasm
The first cigarette maschine was invented by James Bonsack in 1880. Till then, cigarettes were rolled by hand. With the mashine from Bonsack, it was possible to produce 200 cigarettes in a minute,
you die of ventilation problems... :(
When the mitochondria in a plant is damaged the plant will not be able to produce energy.
it results would be the inability to produce oils
It is different from the plants life cycle because humans produce babies and plants produce seeds
marlboro lights menthol : Tar Volume 10 mg Nicotine Volume 0.8 mg