5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- How does the oxygen get from your
lungs into your blood?
- How do the cartilage rings around your trachea help you?
- What determines your voice's volume?
- a How much air passes across your vocal chords determines the volume.
- b They keep your trachea from collapsing.
- c the uppermost part of the pharynx. It is connected to the inner ear.
- d a small pink projection hanging downward from your soft palate.
- e At the alveoli, the oxygen travels across the single cell thick blood vessel walls into blood cells.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- They are the tubes that carry air from your trachea to your lungs.
- Mucus producing tissues, found in many parts of your body.
- Very small, thin-walled tubes that carry air to where the lungs can finally use it.
- Balloon-like sacs in the lungs that allow the oxygen you need to pass easily from the air you inhale into the blood stream.
- another name for the larynx
5 True/False Questions
Alveolar ducts → Bronchioles fan out to create these little spaces where air enters the alveoli.
Explain the importance of alveoli. → They are the places in the lungs where oxygen is put into the blood and carbon dioxide is removed..
Larynx → The part of your body that gives you the ability to speak
What does the hair in your nose do? → It captures particles out of the air you breathe.
Conchae → Air passes through these structures in your nasal cavity where the air is cleaned, moistened and brought to the correct temperature.