5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- 100-120 days
- nasal cavity, larynx, traches, bronchi, lungs
- a life span of an erythrocyte
- b what is the sequence of air flow?
- c what are erythrocytes lacking?
- d the opening on the larynx is also known as vocal chords
- e located on the lung's root, it is the place of bronchus entry
5 Multiple choice questions
- in this process, the diaphragm is relaxed
- tissues in the circulatory system
- blood's percentage formed elements
- the amount of oxygen the lungs breathe in during normal, relaxed breathing
- a covering on the larynx that convers it during swallowing
5 True/False questions
warms air, filters air, moistens air → alveolar and capillary walls
spectrin, hemoglobin → creates cell flexibility for movement into capillaries for RBC's
transport O2 to cells and CO2 away from cells → what is the order of leukocytes from most abundant to least? (or...how does Ms. Devick want us to remember them?)
bronchioles, alveolar ducts, alveolar sacs, alveoli → what is the process of gas exchange in the alveoli?
90% → plasma's percent water