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The cilia in the nasal cavity act in a manner similar to taste buds in that they ________.

a) respond to various wavelengths of smell
b) contain pressure-sensitive elements that detect certain molecules
c) contain receptor sites that are stimulated by different molecules

d) only respond to five basic smells

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ANS: c

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