5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- What determines your voice's volume?
- What does the mucus in your nasal passage do?
- Alveolar ducts
- Vocal Cords
- a Balloon-like sacs in the lungs that allow the oxygen you need to pass easily from the air you inhale into the blood stream.
- b These strings or strips of tissue vibrate as air blows across them. They are tightly pulled across your larynx and give you the ability to make sounds.
- c How much air passes across your vocal chords determines the volume.
- d It captures particles out of the air you breathe.
- e Bronchioles fan out to create these little spaces where air enters the alveoli.
5 Multiple choice questions
- They are your vocal chords.
- The part of the pharynx that is closest to your mouth.
- A space in your head where much of the dust, pollen, bacteria and other stuff in the air your breathe is filtered out.
- They keep your trachea from collapsing.
- Very small, thin-walled tubes that carry air to where the lungs can finally use it.
5 True/False questions
What are your bronchi? → They are the tubes that carry air from your trachea to your lungs.
Uvula → Tiny motorized "whips" waving back and forth on the cells lining the back of your nose and throughout much of the respiratory tract.
What muscle is mostly responsible for your breathing? → The diaphragm is mostly responsible for breathing.
Diaphragm → The part of your body that gives you the ability to speak
Explain how the conchae help warm and moisten the air you breathe. → They are the places in the lungs where oxygen is put into the blood and carbon dioxide is removed..