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What zone has no gas exchange and keeps moist and warm before it gets to the lungs?
Name the conducting zone structures
Nose, pharynx, larynx, trachea, and bronchial tree
What is the zone the oxygen has to get into?
A small structure at the end of the brochioles that makes up the respiratory system is called ________________?
_______ is where the gas exchange happens
What gas comes into the body at Aveoli?
The gas that leaves our body is called _________?
What else do we breathe out?
What structure in the nasal cavity that will makes air warm and moist before it gets to the lungs?
What small little hair structures do we have to catch the pathogens?
What pushes them into our esophagus to our stomachs so we can kill them?
Air goes down-the structure that allows us to talk and make sound and have a high or low pitch voice?
vocal cords are found in the ________?
larynx have a soft tissue that separates the trachea from the esophagus called the ____________?
What is the trachea made out of that gives a firm structure?
What kind of cartilage is articular cartilage?
The trachea splits at the _______?
The left side of the lung has ______ lobes?
The right side of the lung has ______ lobes?
The left has less because the _____ is on the left?
what term area of the lung that does not have gas exchange?
In order for your lungs to expand what muscle contracts?
What is the difference of the air pressure in your lungs compare to the plural cavity?
the plural cavity is lower
What would cause the pressure in the oral cavity in the lungs to become the same?
Pressure in the lungs has to be the same pressure as the atmosphere around us, what law is this?
Inhalation breathing in is a _____ process
when breathing out it is not an _______
What is the most abundant gas in the atmosphere?
the solubility of a gas in a liquid is directly proportional to the partial pressure of that gas on the surface of the liquid
______ comes into our blood instead of oxygen?
What does oxygen attach to in our blood?
when oxygen is coming into the aveoli and carbon dioxide is leaving the aveoli, what is the term of the gas exchange?
what is the term for breathing in and out?
Where does internal respiration occur?
what is the minimal. amount of the air we need to move in and out our lungs to stay alive and alert?
when you breathe out do you. breathe out all the air in your lungs?
what is the term for the amount of. volume that always stays in the lungs?
what is the name of the volume for how much air can move in and out the lungs?
what drives your respiratory rate and how fast you're going to breathe?
medulla determines your respiratory rate based on what chemical in your body?
If we don't get rid of carbon dioxide fast enough what happens to your blood pH?
when it decreases is it more acidic or more basic?
what condition would cause us to have two little carbon dioxide?
how does most of the carbon dioxide travel to your lungs, what is the most popular way?
bicarbonate in the blood plasma
In order to make bicarbonate, carbon dioxide has to go through a chemical reaction with what other molecule?
H20 and carbon dioxide make first the ________?
HCO3 (carbonic acid)
In the fetus, where does the gas exchange happen?
what is inside the lungs of a fetus?
how did the amniotic fluid get out the lungs of the fetus?
the difference of the fetus blood verses an adult blood, a. fetus blood has a higher affinity of what chemical?
How we lose weight and how can we?
carbon dioxide leaving the lungs breathing it out
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