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during digestive process which of following helps regulate the bacterial content of small intestine..

a)M cells
b)paneth cells
c)cells in burner gland
d)peyer pathces
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i think it is D
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during digestive process which of following helps regulate the bacterial content of small intestine..

a)M cells
b)paneth cells
c)cells in burner gland
d)peyer pathces
i think anser z either A or B, most likely paneth cells
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I think its D too....lets see!!
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paneth cells from wiki:
These granules consist of several anti-microbial compounds and other compounds that are known to be important in immunity and host-defense.

so it also might be the answer
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paneth cells from wiki:
These granules consist of several anti-microbial compounds and other compounds that are known to be important in immunity and host-defense.

so it also might be the answer
@ earthpolre WIKI is good way

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PANETH CELLs
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