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Respiratory System Information and Labeled Diagrams

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alveolar sac
alveoli
blood vessels
bronchus
diaphragm
diaphragm
epiglottus
heart
inferior lobes
larynx
lung
pharynx
respiratory bronchioles
rib cage
right middle lobe
superior lobes
terminal bronchioles
trachea
trachea
parietal pleura, intrapleural space, and visceral pleura
from outermost to innermost, the three tissues around the lungs are:
thoracic
the majority of the respiratory system is in the ______ cavity.
gas exchange
What is the primary purpose of the respiratory system?
add moisture and catch particles
What are the functions (2) of mucus?
warms air, filters air, moistens air
What are the functions (3) of the nasal cavity?
vocal chords
what does the larynx contain?
lower
the longer the vocal chords, the ____ the voice.
the esophagus is behind it
Why isn't there a back cover of the trachea?
make mucus
What are goblet cells?
cilia; pharynx
What moves the mucus and where to?
the opening of the vocal chords
What is the glottis?
9b
Which refers to the left superior lobe? 9a or 9b?
bronchioles, ducts, sacs, alveoli
What is the movement of air (in order!)?
the alveoli
Where is oxygen more concentrated?
the root
What is the top of the lung called?
located in the root, it is the point of bronchi entry
What is the hilus of the lung?
10
How many bronchopulmonary segments are there?
increases
When you breathe in, the diaphragm increases or decreases?
normal, uncontrolled breathing
What is tidal breathing?
the deepest breath possible; forced breathing
What is vital breathing?