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opening into the larynx
upper border of the lung
during forceful expiration, the air that can be expelled form the lungs in addition to the tidal volume
breathing is controlled by
exchange of gases between the blood and the air
passageway for food and air
production of speech
fits over opening the larynx
air remaining in the lungs after the deepest possible expiration.
Left lungs has..
which lung has 2 lobes
right lung has..
which lung has 3 lobes
point of actual air exchange
after air leaves the secondary bronchi it enters the..
pressure of air within the bronchial tubes and the alveoli
air remaining in the lungs after they collapse
increase surface area, help cleanse dust from air, and warm the air
capacity of lungs can be measured by
pleura covers/visceral covers
membrane that covers the lungs
a branch of the trachea
normal, quiet breathing
sum of all volumes
deepest possible inspiration in excess tidal
next to cavity
next to lung
space between membranes
where bronchus and vessels enter lungs
exchange of gases
lungs and air
movement of air
in and out
mechanical process pH controls breathing
pressure between 2 pleural membranes (always negative)
inflamed lungs, redness, debris, bacterial
alveoli lose elasticity, work to exhale, carbon dioxide accumulates.
resonant chamber for sound