We communicate the responses of various physiological fluids containing hemoglobin and other ionic constituents when they propagate in the presence of an electromagnetic body force field with the mechanisms of heat generation and conduction. A fully developed mixed convective flow of a Newtonian fluid takes place through a 2D vertical channel in the presence of an external magnetic field acting in the direction normal to the flow. The inner surface of the channel is carpeted with a thick mat of cilia, which propagates a sinusoidal metachronal wave travelling in the direction of flow. Coupled, nonlinear governing Naiver-Stokes and temperature equations are simplified by utilizing the creeping flow and long wavelength approximations. This enables us to formulate the exact analytical solution of the temperature distribution; whereas, the velocity distribution is evaluated from the momentum equations by using the Adomian decomposition method. In order to determine the pumping characteristics, the formulae of volume flow rate and the pressure rise are also obtained. Trapping due to the ciliary system is highlighted by graphing the stream function. The findings of the present model have significant outputs, which can be applicable in the physiological transport of human semen through the male reproduction system.
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