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Anatomy and Physiology: Chapter 19: Respiratory System
Respiratory system
Respiration
-ventilation... -external respiration... -tr…
macroscopic
_______ consists of passages that filter incoming air and tra…
______is the process of exchanging gases between the atmosphe…
Respiration consists of the following events _______
Respiration occurs on a ____ level at the organ system
Respiratory system
_______ consists of passages that filter incoming air and tra…
Respiration
______is the process of exchanging gases between the atmosphe…
Hole's Anatomy and Physiology: Chapter 19 - Respiratory System
Respiratory system
Respiration
Respiration events
The respiratory system provides
consists of passages that filter incoming air and transport i…
process of exchanging gases between the atmosphere and body c…
-ventilation... -external respiration... -transport of gases... -inter…
oxygen for aerobic reactions
Respiratory system
consists of passages that filter incoming air and transport i…
Respiration
process of exchanging gases between the atmosphere and body c…
Hole's Anatomy and Physiology: Chapter 19: Respiratory System: Bio 116
Respiratory system
Respiration
-ventilation... -external respiration... -tr…
macroscopic
_______ consists of passages that filter incoming air and tra…
______is the process of exchanging gases between the atmosphe…
Respiration consists of the following events _______
Respiration occurs on a ____ level at the organ system
Respiratory system
_______ consists of passages that filter incoming air and tra…
Respiration
______is the process of exchanging gases between the atmosphe…
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Hole's Anatomy & Physiology chapter 19 -- Respiratory System
alveolus
bronchus
carcinoma
carina
Microscopic air sac in a lung.
Primary branch of the trachea.
Cancer of the epithelial cells such as skin, lining of the lu…
Ridge of cartilage between the right and left bronchi.
alveolus
Microscopic air sac in a lung.
bronchus
Primary branch of the trachea.
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Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 19
blood, heart, blood vessels
hematology
connective - it has blood cells in a p…
transportation... regulation... protection
what are the three parts of the cardiovascular system
branch of science concerned with the study of blood
what kind of tissue is blood?
what are the three general functions of blood
blood, heart, blood vessels
what are the three parts of the cardiovascular system
hematology
branch of science concerned with the study of blood
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Hole's Anatomy & Physiology: Chapter 19 (Respiratory System)
What is respiration?
List the events included in respiration:
What is the function of the mucous mem…
What is the function of the cilia on t…
The entire process of exchanging gases between the atmosphere…
Ventilation... External respiration... Transport... Internal respirati…
Entraps dust and other small particles entering the air... Warm…
Pushes any entrapped particles toward the pharynx
What is respiration?
The entire process of exchanging gases between the atmosphere…
List the events included in respiration:
Ventilation... External respiration... Transport... Internal respirati…
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Hole's Anatomy & Physiology: Chapter 19 (Respiratory System)
What is respiration?
List the events included in respiration:
What is the function of the mucous mem…
What is the function of the cilia on t…
The entire process of exchanging gases between the atmosphere…
Ventilation... External respiration... Transport... Internal respirati…
Entraps dust and other small particles entering the air... Warm…
Pushes any entrapped particles toward the pharynx
What is respiration?
The entire process of exchanging gases between the atmosphere…
List the events included in respiration:
Ventilation... External respiration... Transport... Internal respirati…
Hole's Anatomy and Physiology: Chapter 19 - Respiratory System
Respiratory system
Respiration
Respiration events
macroscopic
consists of passages that filter incoming air and transport i…
process of exchanging gases between the atmosphere and body c…
-ventilation... -external respiration... -transport of gases... -inter…
Respiration occurs on a ____ level
Respiratory system
consists of passages that filter incoming air and transport i…
Respiration
process of exchanging gases between the atmosphere and body c…
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Human Anatomy & Physiology - Respiratory System
Respiratory System
Humidity
Mucus
Mucous Membranes
nose, trachea and lungs
water vapor in the air
sticky stuff in your lungs that dust and other bad things sti…
a special kind of tissue that produces mucus
Respiratory System
nose, trachea and lungs
Humidity
water vapor in the air
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[Anatomy & Physiology] Chapter 19 Reproductive System
androgen
contraception
ejaculation
emission
male sex hormone, such as testosterone
Deliberate prevention of conception or impregnation.
discharge of semen containing sperm cells from male urethra
Movement of sperm cells from the vas deferens into the ejacul…
androgen
male sex hormone, such as testosterone
contraception
Deliberate prevention of conception or impregnation.
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Anatomy and Physiology; Ch 19 Respiratory System
What are the functions of the respirat…
Why is oxygen needed at the cellular l…
What is the upper respiratory tract?
What is the lower respiratory tract?
To remove particles from incoming air and transport it from o…
ATP production and CO2 generation forming carbonic acid
Nose, nasal cavity, sinuses, pharynx
Larynx, trachea, bronchial tree, lungs
What are the functions of the respirat…
To remove particles from incoming air and transport it from o…
Why is oxygen needed at the cellular l…
ATP production and CO2 generation forming carbonic acid
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Human Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 19 Reproductive System
Gonads
Zygote
Testes
Ovaries
An organ that produces gametes; a testis or ovary
A fertilized egg cell that results from the union of a female…
Organs that produce spermatozoa (male reproductive cells)
Female reproductive organs in which ova or eggs are produced,…
Gonads
An organ that produces gametes; a testis or ovary
Zygote
A fertilized egg cell that results from the union of a female…
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Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 19
blood, heart, blood vessels
hematology
connective - it has blood cells in a p…
transportation... regulation... protection
what are the three parts of the cardiovascular system
branch of science concerned with the study of blood
what kind of tissue is blood?
what are the three general functions of blood
blood, heart, blood vessels
what are the three parts of the cardiovascular system
hematology
branch of science concerned with the study of blood
URINARY SYSTEM -CHAPTER 19 ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY
URINARY SYSTEM
Nephron
Glomerulus
Bowman's capsules
also known as the renal system, consists of the kidneys, uret…
each of the functional units in the kidney, consisting of a g…
A ball of capillaries surrounded by Bowman's capsule in the n…
The top of the nephron
URINARY SYSTEM
also known as the renal system, consists of the kidneys, uret…
Nephron
each of the functional units in the kidney, consisting of a g…
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Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 19
What are the functions of blood?
What is the blood volume of adults?
Why do males have a higher hematocrit?
What are the three types of formed ele…
Transporting... Regulating pH and ion composition of interstitia…
Men- 5-6 L... Women- 4-5 L
Androgens stimulate RBC production whereas estrogens do not
RBCs, WBCs, and platelets
What are the functions of blood?
Transporting... Regulating pH and ion composition of interstitia…
What is the blood volume of adults?
Men- 5-6 L... Women- 4-5 L
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Anatomy & Physiology Chapter 19
Nerve impulses
Membrane potential
Polarized membrane
Local potentials
-All living cells maintain a difference in the concentration…
-slight excess of positively charged ions on the outside of t…
-a membrane that exhibits a membrane potential
slight shift away from the resting membrane in a specific reg…
Nerve impulses
-All living cells maintain a difference in the concentration…
Membrane potential
-slight excess of positively charged ions on the outside of t…
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Anatomy & Physiology - Chapter 19
Functions of Blood
What is plasma?
What is plasma composed of?
How much of the blood is plasma?
Transport of gases, nutrients and waste products... Transport o…
Liquid Part of blood
Colloid, water (91%); ions, nutrients, waste products, gases,…
55%
Functions of Blood
Transport of gases, nutrients and waste products... Transport o…
What is plasma?
Liquid Part of blood
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Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 19
functions of blood
examples of gases, nutrients, and wast…
normal pH of most body tissues
maintenance of body temperature
1. transport of gases, nutrients, and waste products... 2. regul…
oxygen, vitamin D, and CO2
7.35 to 7.45
warm blood shunted to the interior of the body
functions of blood
1. transport of gases, nutrients, and waste products... 2. regul…
examples of gases, nutrients, and wast…
oxygen, vitamin D, and CO2
Anatomy & Physiology - Respiratory System
This covers the outer surface of the l…
During expiration
During inspiration
In external respiration
The visceral pleura
The diaphragm relaxes
air pressure of the chest cavity decreases.
the level of carbon dioxide in the blood decreases.
This covers the outer surface of the l…
The visceral pleura
During expiration
The diaphragm relaxes
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Anatomy & Physiology Chapter 19
circulatory system
cardiovascular system
pulmonary circuit
systemic circuit
= heart+ blood vessels+ blood
= heart + blood vessels
right side of the heart... heart~blood to lungs~gas exchange~bac…
left side of the heart... heart~oxygenated blood to all the tiss…
circulatory system
= heart+ blood vessels+ blood
cardiovascular system
= heart + blood vessels
Anatomy & Physiology: Respiratory System
breathing apparatus
torso
diaphragm
upper cavity
mechanical air pump that includes an energy source and passiv…
the breathing apparatus is located within the _
the breathing apparatus/pump is within the torso which is div…
chest/thorax, contains lungs and heart
breathing apparatus
mechanical air pump that includes an energy source and passiv…
torso
the breathing apparatus is located within the _
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Anatomy & Physiology - Chapter 19
Functions of Blood
What is plasma?
What is plasma composed of?
How much of the blood is plasma?
Transport of gases, nutrients and waste products... Transport o…
Liquid Part of blood
Colloid, water (91%); ions, nutrients, waste products, gases,…
55%
Functions of Blood
Transport of gases, nutrients and waste products... Transport o…
What is plasma?
Liquid Part of blood
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Anatomy and Physiology, Respiratory System
Summary, Tubes
Gas exchange
Upper respiratory tract
Lower respiratory tract
Nose, pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchi; serve only for airfl…
Lungs (alveoli); millions of thin-walled, microscopic air sac…
Located outside of chest (nose, pharynx, larynx)
Located in thorax (trachea, bronchi, and lungs)
Summary, Tubes
Nose, pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchi; serve only for airfl…
Gas exchange
Lungs (alveoli); millions of thin-walled, microscopic air sac…
352 terms
Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 19
blood, heart, blood vessels
hematology
connective - it has blood cells in a p…
transportation... regulation... protection
what are the three parts of the cardiovascular system
branch of science concerned with the study of blood
what kind of tissue is blood?
what are the three general functions of blood
blood, heart, blood vessels
what are the three parts of the cardiovascular system
hematology
branch of science concerned with the study of blood
Anatomy and Physiology- Chapter 19
Reproductive System
Meioisis
Ova
Spermatozoa
Body system that works to ensure the survival of the SPECIES…
Cell division that produces basic reproductive cells (ova and…
Female reproductive cell.
Male reproductive cell.
Reproductive System
Body system that works to ensure the survival of the SPECIES…
Meioisis
Cell division that produces basic reproductive cells (ova and…
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Anatomy and Physiology: Respiratory System
What is the exchange of oxygen and car…
What are the two phases of respiration?
what is involved in the physical, or m…
What is involved in the physiological…
Respirations
Physical and physiological
the motion of the diaphram and rib cage.
An exchange of gases, oxygen and carbon dioxide, at two point…
What is the exchange of oxygen and car…
Respirations
What are the two phases of respiration?
Physical and physiological
Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 19
What are the functions of blood?
What is the blood volume of adults?
Why do males have a higher hematocrit?
What are the three types of formed ele…
Transporting... Regulating pH and ion composition of interstitia…
Men- 5-6 L... Women- 4-5 L
Androgens stimulate RBC production whereas estrogens do not
RBCs, WBCs, and platelets
What are the functions of blood?
Transporting... Regulating pH and ion composition of interstitia…
What is the blood volume of adults?
Men- 5-6 L... Women- 4-5 L
Anatomy and Physiology Respiratory System
major structures of respiratory system
cardio system and resp system cooperat…
resp system provides for ___
cardio system transports ____
nose, pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchial tree, lungs
O2, CO2
gas exchange
respiratory gases
major structures of respiratory system
nose, pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchial tree, lungs
cardio system and resp system cooperat…
O2, CO2
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Anatomy and Physiology (Chapter 19)
Respiration
Ventilation
External Respiration
Internal Respiration
Process of exchanging gases
Movement of air in and out of lungs
Exchange of gases between the lungs and blood
Exchange of gases between the blood and body cells
Respiration
Process of exchanging gases
Ventilation
Movement of air in and out of lungs
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Anatomy and Physiology: Respiratory System
Nostril
Nasal Conchae
Sinus
Oropharynx
...
A cavity within a bone or other tissue
Part of the throat just behind the mouth. Includes the base o…
Nostril
...
Nasal Conchae
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Anatomy and Physiology Respiratory System
Alveolar sacs (alveoli)
Bronchiole
Bronchus
Cilia
Alveoli are composed of epithelial layers and extracellular m…
The bronchioles or bronchioli are the passageways by which ai…
Bronchi are plural for bronchus and represent the passageways…
Cilia are found in the lungs, respiratory tract and middle ea…
Alveolar sacs (alveoli)
Alveoli are composed of epithelial layers and extracellular m…
Bronchiole
The bronchioles or bronchioli are the passageways by which ai…
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Anatomy and Physiology Respiratory System
major structures of respiratory system
cardio system and resp system cooperat…
resp system provides for ___
cardio system transports ____
nose, pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchial tree, lungs
O2, CO2
gas exchange
respiratory gases
major structures of respiratory system
nose, pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchial tree, lungs
cardio system and resp system cooperat…
O2, CO2
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Anatomy and Physiology - Respiratory System
Functions of the respiratory system (6…
How is oxygen carried from the lungs t…
How does carbon dioxide travel through…
Inspiration
-obtain oxygen and remove carbon dioxide... -filter air... -help co…
Oxygen binds to hemoglobin on red blood cells or diffuses int…
-Dissolves into plasma... -Some bonds to hemoglobin... -As a bicarb…
-Controlled by air pressure... -When pressure inside the thoraci…
Functions of the respiratory system (6…
-obtain oxygen and remove carbon dioxide... -filter air... -help co…
How is oxygen carried from the lungs t…
Oxygen binds to hemoglobin on red blood cells or diffuses int…
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Anatomy and Physiology- The Respiratory System
Main Function
Nares
Nasal Cavity (Fossa)
Pharynx
Touring an exchange of O2 and C02 between the body and lungs…
Air enters the respiratory system through here. There are two…
Respiratory: Contains three conchae that alter airflow throug…
The throat-Passageway for air and food... (naso- located behind…
Main Function
Touring an exchange of O2 and C02 between the body and lungs…
Nares
Air enters the respiratory system through here. There are two…
Anatomy and Physiology II Chapter 19
Blood volume
Blood plasma
Cells (formed elements)
Erythrocytes
8 percent of body mass, 5L of blood in adult male
55 percent of blood; 90 percent water; plasma proteins, nutri…
45 percent of blood; red blood cells, white blood cells, plat…
Binconcave disc, 7 microns diameter, no organelles or nucleus…
Blood volume
8 percent of body mass, 5L of blood in adult male
Blood plasma
55 percent of blood; 90 percent water; plasma proteins, nutri…
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Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 19 - 21
blood
components of blood
color range of blood
pH of blood
the only fluid tissue in the human body... connective tissue
living cells (formed elements; 45%)... non-living extracellular…
oxygen-rich blood - scarlet red... oxygen-poor blood - dull red
7.35 - 7.45
blood
the only fluid tissue in the human body... connective tissue
components of blood
living cells (formed elements; 45%)... non-living extracellular…
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Anatomy & Physiology II Chapter 19
cardiovascular system
circulatory system
systemic circuit
pulmonary circuit
heart and blood vessels
heart, blood vessels, and the blood
left side of the heart, fully oxygenated blood arrives from l…
right side of heart, lesser oxygenated or deoxygenated blood…
cardiovascular system
heart and blood vessels
circulatory system
heart, blood vessels, and the blood
Human Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 19
46-63, plasma, 31-54
4-5
5-6
7, albumins, globumins, fribinogens, r…
Blood is made of ___ % fluid called ___ and ____% formed elem…
Women have about __liters of blood in their bodies.
Men have about ___liters of blood in their bodies.
Blood plasma is made of __% proteins including __, __, ___, a…
46-63, plasma, 31-54
Blood is made of ___ % fluid called ___ and ____% formed elem…
4-5
Women have about __liters of blood in their bodies.
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Anatomy & Physiology- Chapter 19
cilia
23
erectile
undifferentiated
Hair-like structures along the uterine tubes that move an egg
Number of chromosomes in a gamete
Tissue that engorges with blood during arousal in both genders
Type A cells that have undergone mitosis are ______.
cilia
Hair-like structures along the uterine tubes that move an egg
23
Number of chromosomes in a gamete
Chapter 19: Anatomy & Physiology: The Nervous System
Aphasia
Chronic Brain Syndrome (Alzheimer's Ty…
Dementia
Equilibrium
Loss of language or verbal communication
Large area of the brain stop functioning, causing memory loss…
Mental deterioration, loss ability to think clearly
Balance
Aphasia
Loss of language or verbal communication
Chronic Brain Syndrome (Alzheimer's Ty…
Large area of the brain stop functioning, causing memory loss…
Anatomy & Physiology: Respiratory System
What is the clinical name for the nost…
What is the hollow space behind the no…
What divides the nasal cavity?
What divides the nasal cavity into pas…
The external nares.
The nasal cavity.
The nasal septum.
The nasal conchea.
What is the clinical name for the nost…
The external nares.
What is the hollow space behind the no…
The nasal cavity.
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Anatomy & Physiology: Respiratory System
Respiratory System
Thoracic Cavity
Upper respiratory System
Lower Respiratory System
the group of organs that help get oxygen into and carbon diox…
the section of the human body encased by the rib cage
includes the mouth, nose, nasal cavity, sinuses, and the phar…
begins with the larynx, or voice box, and includes the trache…
Respiratory System
the group of organs that help get oxygen into and carbon diox…
Thoracic Cavity
the section of the human body encased by the rib cage
Anatomy & Physiology: Respiratory System
respiration
sinuses
sinus functions
pharynx
the process of exchanging gases between the atmosphere and bo…
air-filled spaces in maxillary, frontal, ethmoid, and sphenoi…
decrease weight of the skull, increase resonance of your voice
common area at the back of the nasal and oral cavity, above t…
respiration
the process of exchanging gases between the atmosphere and bo…
sinuses
air-filled spaces in maxillary, frontal, ethmoid, and sphenoi…
Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 19
what are the three parts of the cardio…
branch of science concerned with the s…
what kind of tissue is blood?
what are the three general functions o…
blood, heart, blood vessels
hematology
connective - it has blood cells in a plasma extracellular mat…
transportation... regulation... protection
what are the three parts of the cardio…
blood, heart, blood vessels
branch of science concerned with the s…
hematology
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Anatomy/Physiology- Respiratory System
Lungs
Sinuses
Pharynx
Pleura
Main organs of the Respiratory system
Reduce weight of the head, and act as renance chambers that a…
Passageway for food traveling from the mouth to the esophagus
Protects and covers the lungs and lines the thoracic cavity
Lungs
Main organs of the Respiratory system
Sinuses
Reduce weight of the head, and act as renance chambers that a…
51 terms
Anatomy and Physiology chapter 19
1) Which of the following is not one o…
2) Which of the following chemicals do…
3) Which statement best describes arte…
4) Which tunic of an artery contains e…
: C
: D
: B
: A
1) Which of the following is not one o…
: C
2) Which of the following chemicals do…
: D
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Respiratory System Anatomy and Physiology
A combination of the mouth and nose
Alveolar sacs
Trachea
Diaphragm
The portal of entry and exit for air that is a part of the re…
Tiny air sacs in the lungs that are involved in the exchange…
Another name for windpipe
Major muscle involved with the process of breathing
A combination of the mouth and nose
The portal of entry and exit for air that is a part of the re…
Alveolar sacs
Tiny air sacs in the lungs that are involved in the exchange…
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Anatomy & Physiology: Chapter 19
Pulmonary Circuit
Systematic Circuit
Superior Vena Cava
Inferior Vena Cava
right side of heart receives oxygen poor blood, sends to pulm…
left side of heart pumps blood into aorta, distributes to bod…
drains upper body
drains below diaphragm
Pulmonary Circuit
right side of heart receives oxygen poor blood, sends to pulm…
Systematic Circuit
left side of heart pumps blood into aorta, distributes to bod…
Anatomy & Physiology Chapter 19
What are the potential consequences of…
What generalization can e made about a…
What path does blood follow through th…
Why must ventricular output be balanced?
a failing cardiovascular system will result in tissues that a…
All arteries carry blood away from the heart. all veins carry…
blood returning from the systematic circuit enters the right…
sustained pumping of unequal amounts of blood from the ventri…
What are the potential consequences of…
a failing cardiovascular system will result in tissues that a…
What generalization can e made about a…
All arteries carry blood away from the heart. all veins carry…
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Anatomy and physiology chapter 19
arterial puncture
leukemia
hemophilia
leukocytosis
Radial artery puncture is a medical procedure performed to ob…
A cancer of blood-forming tissues, hindering the body's abili…
A disorder in which blood doesn't clot normally.
A high level of white blood cells in the blood
arterial puncture
Radial artery puncture is a medical procedure performed to ob…
leukemia
A cancer of blood-forming tissues, hindering the body's abili…
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