Study sets matching "chapter 23 respiratory system"

Study sets
Classes
Users

Study sets matching "chapter 23 respiratory system"

31 terms
Chapter 23 - Respiratory System
Upper Respiratory System
Lower Respiratory System
Conducting Zone
Respiratory Zone
Above Larynx; nose, pharynx, oral cavity and associated struc…
Larynx and below; Larynx, trachea, bronchi, and lungs
Filters, warms, and moistens air and conducts it into the lun…
within the lings where gas exchange takes place (respiratory…
Upper Respiratory System
Above Larynx; nose, pharynx, oral cavity and associated struc…
Lower Respiratory System
Larynx and below; Larynx, trachea, bronchi, and lungs
69 terms
Chapter 23 - Respiratory System
1. Nose... 2. Pharynx... 3. Larynx... 4. Trache…
1. Conducting Division... 2. Respiratory…
Function only in airflow
Functions in gas exchange
What are the principal organs of the respiratory system? (HIN…
What are the 2 subdivisions of the respiratory system?
What does the conducting division of the respiratory system do?
What does the respiratory division of the respiratory system…
1. Nose... 2. Pharynx... 3. Larynx... 4. Trache…
What are the principal organs of the respiratory system? (HIN…
1. Conducting Division... 2. Respiratory…
What are the 2 subdivisions of the respiratory system?
121 terms
Chapter 23 The Respiratory System
What structures make up the respirator…
Structurally, how is the respiratory s…
Functionally, how is the respiratory s…
What is the conducting zone?
Nose, pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchi, and lungs.
1-the upper respiratory system, which includes the nose, nasa…
1-the conducting zone... 2-the respiratory zone
Consists of a series of interconnecting cavities and tubes bo…
What structures make up the respirator…
Nose, pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchi, and lungs.
Structurally, how is the respiratory s…
1-the upper respiratory system, which includes the nose, nasa…
64 terms
Respiratory System Chapter 23
What are the four functions of the res…
Which respiratory structure is associa…
Which 3 structures form the upper resp…
Which 6 structures make up the lower r…
Air Passageway... Site for exchange of Oxygen and CO2... Detection…
Alveoli
Nose... Nasal Cavity... Pharynx
Larynx... Trachea... Bronchi... Bronchioles... Alveolar Ducts... Alveoli
What are the four functions of the res…
Air Passageway... Site for exchange of Oxygen and CO2... Detection…
Which respiratory structure is associa…
Alveoli
59 terms
Chapter 23 - Respiratory System
Five functions of the the respiratory…
The upper respiratory system:
The lower respiratory system:
The respiratory system diagram:
1.) provides extensive gas exchange surface area between air…
Nose, nasal cavity, sinuses, & pharynx (throat). - Filter, wa…
Larynx (voice box), trachea (windpipe), bronchi, bronchioles,…
Five functions of the the respiratory…
1.) provides extensive gas exchange surface area between air…
The upper respiratory system:
Nose, nasal cavity, sinuses, & pharynx (throat). - Filter, wa…
Chapter 23 Respiratory System
carina
hypoxia
visceral pleura
parietal pleura
an internal ridge of mucosal covered cartilage located at the…
decreased oxygen levels
covers the lungs
lines the walls of the thoracic cavity
carina
an internal ridge of mucosal covered cartilage located at the…
hypoxia
decreased oxygen levels
21 terms
respiratory system: chapter 23
functions
structurally
functionally
upper resp. tract
ventilation- in and out of lungs... gas exchange (2)- between ai…
upper and lower respiratory tract
condition zone and respiratory zone
external nose, nasal cavity, pharynx, larynx
functions
ventilation- in and out of lungs... gas exchange (2)- between ai…
structurally
upper and lower respiratory tract
141 terms
Chapter 23 The Respiratory System
Breathing and Respiration
Respiration
3 processes required for respiration t…
Ventilation
...
The exchange of gases (oxygen and carbon dioxide) between the…
1. Ventilation... 2. External (pulmonary) respiration... 3. Interna…
movement of air in and out of the lungs
Breathing and Respiration
...
Respiration
The exchange of gases (oxygen and carbon dioxide) between the…
93 terms
Chapter 23: Respiratory System
respiration
inhale
exhale
oxygen
collective process by which oxygen and carbon dioxide are con…
inspire
expire
diffuses from alveoli into blood
respiration
collective process by which oxygen and carbon dioxide are con…
inhale
inspire
45 terms
Chapter 23: Respiratory System
Structure of the Respiratory System
Conducting Zone
Respiratory Zone
Thyroid cartilage (Adams Apple)
Consists of nose, pharynx, larynx, bronchi and lungs... Upper: N…
consists of a series of interconnecting cavities and tubes bo…
consists of tubes and tissues within the lungs where gas exch…
consists of two fused plates of hyaline cartilage, that form…
Structure of the Respiratory System
Consists of nose, pharynx, larynx, bronchi and lungs... Upper: N…
Conducting Zone
consists of a series of interconnecting cavities and tubes bo…
42 terms
Respiratory System - Chapter 23
What is the anatomy of respiratory sys…
Conducting vs. respiratory divisions
What are the muscles involved with ins…
Accessory muscles of inspiration
*Principle organs: nose, pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchi, a…
*Conducting: function only in airflow... *Respiratory: functions…
diaphragm, external intercostals
SCM, scalenes, pectoralis minor, internal intercostals
What is the anatomy of respiratory sys…
*Principle organs: nose, pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchi, a…
Conducting vs. respiratory divisions
*Conducting: function only in airflow... *Respiratory: functions…
42 terms
Respiratory System - Chapter 23
What is the anatomy of respiratory sys…
Conducting vs. respiratory divisions
What are the muscles involved with ins…
Accessory muscles of inspiration
*Principle organs: nose, pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchi, a…
*Conducting: function only in airflow... *Respiratory: functions…
diaphragm, external intercostals
SCM, scalenes, pectoralis minor, internal intercostals
What is the anatomy of respiratory sys…
*Principle organs: nose, pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchi, a…
Conducting vs. respiratory divisions
*Conducting: function only in airflow... *Respiratory: functions…
37 terms
Chapter 23 Respiratory system
D. Trachea
does all of these choices
choanae
pharynx
Which of the following is NOT part of the upper respiratory s…
The conducting zone does NOT act to... A) Clean air of debris... B)…
The nose connects with the pharynx through the
What is a passageway for air, food and water?
D. Trachea
Which of the following is NOT part of the upper respiratory s…
does all of these choices
The conducting zone does NOT act to... A) Clean air of debris... B)…
70 terms
Chapter 23: Respiratory System
The primary functions of the respirato…
The conversion of angiotensin I to ang…
Pulmonary surfactant is a phospholipid…
The "patrol force" of the alveolar epi…
to move air to and from the exchange surfaces of the lungs, t…
blood volume and blood pressure
reduce the cohesive force of H2O molecules and lower surface…
alveolar macrophages
The primary functions of the respirato…
to move air to and from the exchange surfaces of the lungs, t…
The conversion of angiotensin I to ang…
blood volume and blood pressure
Respiratory system chapter 23
Name the 5 functions of the respirator…
describe the nasopharynx
Describe the oropharynx
Describe the laryngopharynx
1. Regulation of blood pH. -- RS can change blood pH by chang…
lined with pseudostratified ciliated columnar epithelium with…
Air, food and drink pass through. Moist stratified squamous e…
Food and drink pass through here and on to the esophagus. Sma…
Name the 5 functions of the respirator…
1. Regulation of blood pH. -- RS can change blood pH by chang…
describe the nasopharynx
lined with pseudostratified ciliated columnar epithelium with…
Chapter 23- The Respiratory System
The respiratory system consists of res…
General functions of the RS
Air moves between..
O2 diffuses..
Head, Neck, and Lungs
-Air passageway... -O2 and CO2 exchange... -Odor detection... -Sound P…
atmosphere and alveoli
from alveoli into pulmonary capillaries
The respiratory system consists of res…
Head, Neck, and Lungs
General functions of the RS
-Air passageway... -O2 and CO2 exchange... -Odor detection... -Sound P…
17 terms
Chapter 23: The Respiratory System
Pulmonary ventilation
Types of respiration
External respiration
Internal respiration
physical movement of gas (occurs between atmosphere and lungs)
external respiration... internal respiration ... cellular respiration
gas exchange between air and blood
gas exchange at systemic capillary beds
Pulmonary ventilation
physical movement of gas (occurs between atmosphere and lungs)
Types of respiration
external respiration... internal respiration ... cellular respiration
43 terms
Chapter 23 respiratory system
Pulmonary ventilation
External respiration
Internal respiration
Cellular respiration
Air into/out of lungs
Air from lungs into blood circulation
Air from blood vessels to tissues/cell
Using oxygen to turn glucose into ATP
Pulmonary ventilation
Air into/out of lungs
External respiration
Air from lungs into blood circulation
93 terms
Chapter 23 Respiratory System
Which is not part of the conducting po…
Which is not a function of the respira…
Which region(s) of the pharynx is line…
The epithelium lining of the oropharyn…
Alveoli
Sound reception
Nasopharynx
True
Which is not part of the conducting po…
Alveoli
Which is not a function of the respira…
Sound reception
Chapter 23 The Respiratory System
What structures make up the respirator…
Structurally, how is the respiratory s…
Functionally, how is the respiratory s…
What is the conducting zone?
Nose, pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchi, and lungs.
1-the upper respiratory system, which includes the nose, nasa…
1-the conducting zone... 2-the respiratory zone
Consists of a series of interconnecting cavities and tubes bo…
What structures make up the respirator…
Nose, pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchi, and lungs.
Structurally, how is the respiratory s…
1-the upper respiratory system, which includes the nose, nasa…
Chapter 23: Respiratory System
upper respiratory
lower respiratory
conducting zone, respiratory zone
conducting zone
nose, pharynx, oral cavity, nasal meatuses and associated str…
larynx, trachea, bronchi and lungs
2 zones in the respiratory system:
conducts air into the lungs- upper respiratory
upper respiratory
nose, pharynx, oral cavity, nasal meatuses and associated str…
lower respiratory
larynx, trachea, bronchi and lungs
121 terms
Chapter 23 The Respiratory System
What structures make up the respirator…
Structurally, how is the respiratory s…
Functionally, how is the respiratory s…
What is the conducting zone?
Nose, pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchi, and lungs.
1-the upper respiratory system, which includes the nose, nasa…
1-the conducting zone... 2-the respiratory zone
Consists of a series of interconnecting cavities and tubes bo…
What structures make up the respirator…
Nose, pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchi, and lungs.
Structurally, how is the respiratory s…
1-the upper respiratory system, which includes the nose, nasa…
215 terms
Chapter 23 - Respiratory System
exchange surfaces of lungs
the boundary between upper and lower r…
air-filled pockets within the lungs wh…
efficient gas exchange requires great
alveoli
larynx
alveoli
surface area
exchange surfaces of lungs
alveoli
the boundary between upper and lower r…
larynx
Chapter 23: Respiratory System
Endoderm
Mesoderm
Respiratory development begins at...
Nasal Cavity
Creates trachea, bronchi, bronchioles and alveoli
Creates muscle, cartilage, and connective tissue
4 weeks
Air enters the nostrils and into the nasal cavity. Also drain…
Endoderm
Creates trachea, bronchi, bronchioles and alveoli
Mesoderm
Creates muscle, cartilage, and connective tissue
71 terms
Chapter 23 The Respiratory System
what does the upper respiratory system…
what does the lower respiratory system…
Functionally what two portions does th…
if there is too much CO2 in the blood…
the nose, pharynx and associated structures
the larynx, trachea, bronchii, lungs
the conducting zone and the respiratory zone
acidic
what does the upper respiratory system…
the nose, pharynx and associated structures
what does the lower respiratory system…
the larynx, trachea, bronchii, lungs
Chapter 23 The respiratory system
Respiratory system
Functions of the respiratory system
External respiration
Internal respiration
Composed of structures involved in ventilation and gas exchan…
-To move oxygen into the blood and carbox dioxide out of bloo…
Includes all the processes involved in the exchange of oxygen…
The absorption of oxygen and the release of carbon dioxide by…
Respiratory system
Composed of structures involved in ventilation and gas exchan…
Functions of the respiratory system
-To move oxygen into the blood and carbox dioxide out of bloo…
121 terms
Chapter 23 The Respiratory System
What structures make up the respirator…
Structurally, how is the respiratory s…
Functionally, how is the respiratory s…
What is the conducting zone?
Nose, pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchi, and lungs.
1-the upper respiratory system, which includes the nose, nasa…
1-the conducting zone... 2-the respiratory zone
Consists of a series of interconnecting cavities and tubes bo…
What structures make up the respirator…
Nose, pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchi, and lungs.
Structurally, how is the respiratory s…
1-the upper respiratory system, which includes the nose, nasa…
121 terms
Chapter 23 The Respiratory System
What structures make up the respirator…
Structurally, how is the respiratory s…
Functionally, how is the respiratory s…
What is the conducting zone?
Nose, pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchi, and lungs.
1-the upper respiratory system, which includes the nose, nasa…
1-the conducting zone... 2-the respiratory zone
Consists of a series of interconnecting cavities and tubes bo…
What structures make up the respirator…
Nose, pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchi, and lungs.
Structurally, how is the respiratory s…
1-the upper respiratory system, which includes the nose, nasa…
121 terms
Chapter 23 The Respiratory System
What structures make up the respirator…
Structurally, how is the respiratory s…
Functionally, how is the respiratory s…
What is the conducting zone?
Nose, pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchi, and lungs.
1-the upper respiratory system, which includes the nose, nasa…
1-the conducting zone... 2-the respiratory zone
Consists of a series of interconnecting cavities and tubes bo…
What structures make up the respirator…
Nose, pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchi, and lungs.
Structurally, how is the respiratory s…
1-the upper respiratory system, which includes the nose, nasa…
49 terms
Chapter 23 Respiratory System
Name the three basic processes of ... res…
Define intrapleural and alveolar press…
Define the term compliance and explain…
Explain the process of surface tension…
(1) Pulmonary Ventilation- The inhalation and exhalation of a…
Intrapleural pressure- The pressure between the two pleural l…
Compliance- How much effort is required to stretch the lungs…
A thin layer of alveolar fluid coats the luminal surface of a…
Name the three basic processes of ... res…
(1) Pulmonary Ventilation- The inhalation and exhalation of a…
Define intrapleural and alveolar press…
Intrapleural pressure- The pressure between the two pleural l…
Chapter 23 The Respiratory System
What structures make up the respirator…
Structurally, how is the respiratory s…
Functionally, how is the respiratory s…
What is the conducting zone?
Nose, pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchi, and lungs.
1-the upper respiratory system, which includes the nose, nasa…
1-the conducting zone... 2-the respiratory zone
Consists of a series of interconnecting cavities and tubes bo…
What structures make up the respirator…
Nose, pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchi, and lungs.
Structurally, how is the respiratory s…
1-the upper respiratory system, which includes the nose, nasa…
Chapter 23: Respiratory System
The primary functions of the respirato…
The conversion of angiotensin I to ang…
Pulmonary surfactant is a phospholipid…
The "patrol force" of the alveolar epi…
to move air to and from the exchange surfaces of the lungs, t…
blood volume and blood pressure
reduce the cohesive force of H2O molecules and lower surface…
alveolar macrophages
The primary functions of the respirato…
to move air to and from the exchange surfaces of the lungs, t…
The conversion of angiotensin I to ang…
blood volume and blood pressure
95 terms
Chapter 23: Respiratory System
What are the three types of respiration?
Conducting zone (location and function)
Respiratory zone
Function of nose
External, internal, and cell respiration
series of cavities and tubes outside and within lungs; movies…
tubes and tissue within the lungs where gas exchange occurs,…
1. warming, moistening, filter air... 2. detect olfactory stimul…
What are the three types of respiration?
External, internal, and cell respiration
Conducting zone (location and function)
series of cavities and tubes outside and within lungs; movies…
Chapter 23: The Respiratory System
True/False: The respiratory system par…
True/False: The respiratory system con…
The correct order of air flow during a…
What makes up the upper respiratory sy…
True
True
D (pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchi, lungs)
nose & pharynx
True/False: The respiratory system par…
True
True/False: The respiratory system con…
True
The Respiratory System Chapter 23
List the organs that make up the respi…
List the functions of the respiratory…
What functions due the respiratory and…
respiratory system classifications-lis…
Nose, pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchi, and lungs.
1. gas exchange... 2. pH regulation... 3. houses olfactory receptor…
1. supply oxygen and eliminate carbon dioxide
1. structural classification--upper/lower respiratory system…
List the organs that make up the respi…
Nose, pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchi, and lungs.
List the functions of the respiratory…
1. gas exchange... 2. pH regulation... 3. houses olfactory receptor…
Chapter 23: Respiratory System
Respiration
3 Basic Steps of Respiration
The cardiovascular system transports
The respiratory system is designed for
the exchange of gases between the atmosphere, blood, and cells
ventilation (breathing), external (pulmonary) respiration, an…
gases in blood
gas exchange
Respiration
the exchange of gases between the atmosphere, blood, and cells
3 Basic Steps of Respiration
ventilation (breathing), external (pulmonary) respiration, an…
32 terms
Chapter 23 The respiratory system
Respiratory system
Functions of the respiratory system
External respiration
Internal respiration
Composed of structures involved in ventilation and gas exchan…
-To move oxygen into the blood and carbox dioxide out of bloo…
Includes all the processes involved in the exchange of oxygen…
The absorption of oxygen and the release of carbon dioxide by…
Respiratory system
Composed of structures involved in ventilation and gas exchan…
Functions of the respiratory system
-To move oxygen into the blood and carbox dioxide out of bloo…
53 terms
Respiratory System (Chapter 23)
pseudostratified ciliated columnar epi…
lower respiratory tract
upper respiratory tract
it allows better conditioning of the i…
The respiratory epithelium of the conducting airways consists…
The larynx, trachea, bronchi, and bronchioles all make up the…
Air entering the body is filtered, warmed, and humidified by…
Inhaling through the nostrils is preferred over the mouth bec…
pseudostratified ciliated columnar epi…
The respiratory epithelium of the conducting airways consists…
lower respiratory tract
The larynx, trachea, bronchi, and bronchioles all make up the…
180 terms
Chapter 23: Respiratory System
What is respiration?
What are three functions of the respir…
What are five characteristics of the r…
What is the pathway of air to the lungs?
An exchange in gases.
1) Ventilation... 2) Gas exchange between lungs & blood and bloo…
1) Moist (b/c gases cannot cross a dry membrane).... 2) Thin (to…
External or anterior nares -> nasal cavity -> posterior nares…
What is respiration?
An exchange in gases.
What are three functions of the respir…
1) Ventilation... 2) Gas exchange between lungs & blood and bloo…
24 terms
Chapter 23 Respiratory System
What are the two principal functions a…
What are some secondary functions asso…
What does the respiratory system consi…
What is in the upper respiratory system?
Gas Transport... Gas Exchange
Regulating blood pH, sense of smell, filters inhaled air, pro…
The nose, nasal cavity, pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchi, an…
Nose, nasal cavity, pharynx, and associated structures.
What are the two principal functions a…
Gas Transport... Gas Exchange
What are some secondary functions asso…
Regulating blood pH, sense of smell, filters inhaled air, pro…
49 terms
Chapter 23 Respiratory System
Name the three basic processes of ... res…
Define intrapleural and alveolar press…
Define the term compliance and explain…
Explain the process of surface tension…
(1) Pulmonary Ventilation- The inhalation and exhalation of a…
Intrapleural pressure- The pressure between the two pleural l…
Compliance- How much effort is required to stretch the lungs…
A thin layer of alveolar fluid coats the luminal surface of a…
Name the three basic processes of ... res…
(1) Pulmonary Ventilation- The inhalation and exhalation of a…
Define intrapleural and alveolar press…
Intrapleural pressure- The pressure between the two pleural l…
49 terms
Chapter 23 Respiratory System
Name the three basic processes of ... res…
Define intrapleural and alveolar press…
Define the term compliance and explain…
Explain the process of surface tension…
(1) Pulmonary Ventilation- The inhalation and exhalation of a…
Intrapleural pressure- The pressure between the two pleural l…
Compliance- How much effort is required to stretch the lungs…
A thin layer of alveolar fluid coats the luminal surface of a…
Name the three basic processes of ... res…
(1) Pulmonary Ventilation- The inhalation and exhalation of a…
Define intrapleural and alveolar press…
Intrapleural pressure- The pressure between the two pleural l…
Chapter 23: Respiratory System
Pharynx
Nasopharynx
Oropharynx
Laryngopharynx
(throat)... -is a funnel-shaped tube about 13 cm (5 in.) long th…
-lies posterior to the nasal cavity and extends to the soft p…
-lies posterior to the oral cavity and extends form the soft…
-begins at the level of the hyoid bone.... -at its inferior end…
Pharynx
(throat)... -is a funnel-shaped tube about 13 cm (5 in.) long th…
Nasopharynx
-lies posterior to the nasal cavity and extends to the soft p…
326 terms
Chapter 23: Respiratory System
Functions of the respiratory system
Two anatomical structural divisions of…
Upper respiratory system organs
Lower respiratory system organs
1) air distribution... 2) gas exchange... 3) produces sound for spe…
1) upper respiratory system... 2) lower respiratory system
1) nose... 2) nasal cavity... 3) paranasal sinuses... 4) pharynx
1) larynx... 2) trachea... 3) bronchi... 4) bronchioles... 5) alveoli
Functions of the respiratory system
1) air distribution... 2) gas exchange... 3) produces sound for spe…
Two anatomical structural divisions of…
1) upper respiratory system... 2) lower respiratory system
22 terms
Chapter 23: Respiratory System
The respiratory system is divided into…
The upper respiratory system includes…
The lower respiratory tract includes t…
The conducting zone of the respiratory…
The upper and lower respiratory systems
1) Nose... 2) Nasal cavity... 3) Pharynx
1) Larynx... 2) Trachea... 3) Bronchii... 4) Lungs
1) Nose ... 2) Pharynx ... 3) Larynx ... 4) Trachea... 5) Bronchi... 6) Bron…
The respiratory system is divided into…
The upper and lower respiratory systems
The upper respiratory system includes…
1) Nose... 2) Nasal cavity... 3) Pharynx
188 terms
Chapter 23 Respiratory System
Functions of the Respiratory System
Air distribution
Gas exchange
Produces sound for speech
1. Air distribution... 2. Gas exchange... 3. Produces sound for spe…
moves air to and from exchange surface (alveoli) of lung alon…
provides a large surface area for gas exchange between air an…
sounds involved in speaking, singing and other forms of commu…
Functions of the Respiratory System
1. Air distribution... 2. Gas exchange... 3. Produces sound for spe…
Air distribution
moves air to and from exchange surface (alveoli) of lung alon…
94 terms
Chapter 23 The Respiratory System
What structures make up the respirator…
Structurally, how is the respiratory s…
Functionally, how is the respiratory s…
What is the conducting zone?
Nose, pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchi, and lungs.
1-the upper respiratory system, which includes the nose, nasa…
1-the conducting zone... 2-the respiratory zone
Consists of a series of interconnecting cavities and tubes bo…
What structures make up the respirator…
Nose, pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchi, and lungs.
Structurally, how is the respiratory s…
1-the upper respiratory system, which includes the nose, nasa…
81 terms
chapter 23 respiratory system
respiratory bronchiole
parietal pleura
visceral pleura
pleural fluid
thinnest and most delicate branches of the bronchiole tree. t…
covers the inner surface of the thoracic wall
covers the lung
provides lubrication, reduces friction between the parietal a…
respiratory bronchiole
thinnest and most delicate branches of the bronchiole tree. t…
parietal pleura
covers the inner surface of the thoracic wall
88 terms
Chapter 23 - Respiratory System
Structural Division of Respiratory Sys…
Upper Respiratory Tract
Lower Respiratory Tract
Functional Division of Respiratory Sys…
Upper Respiratory Tract... Lower Respiratory Tract
Consists of nose, pharynx, & associated structures
Consists of larynx, trachea, bronchi, & lungs
Conducting Zone... Respiratory Zone
Structural Division of Respiratory Sys…
Upper Respiratory Tract... Lower Respiratory Tract
Upper Respiratory Tract
Consists of nose, pharynx, & associated structures
69 terms
Chapter 23 Respiratory System
Which of the following is not part of…
The conducting zone does NOT act to... A)…
Which of the following is a passageway…
The opening to the pharynx from the mo…
D. Trachea
It does all of the above
A. Pharynx
Fauces
Which of the following is not part of…
D. Trachea
The conducting zone does NOT act to... A)…
It does all of the above
1 of 10