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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
10 terms
Human Anatomy and Physiology- Respiratory System
Nose
Respiratory System
Root
Apex
is a specialized organ at thee entrance of the respiratory sy…
consists of the nose, pharynx(throat) larynx(voice box) trach…
Superior attachment of the nose to the frontal bone
Tip of nose
Nose
is a specialized organ at thee entrance of the respiratory sy…
Respiratory System
consists of the nose, pharynx(throat) larynx(voice box) trach…
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
37 terms
Essentials of Human Anatomy and Physiology Respiratory System
nostrils
nasal cavity
Conchae
Cleft palate
contains mucus
increases surface area for mucosa to be exposed to the air.
Genetic defect... failure of the bones forming the palate to fus…
nostrils
nasal cavity
contains mucus
Human Anatomy & Physiology: Respiratory System
The Respiratory Sytem
Pharynx
Epiglottis
Trachea
Exchanges of gas
Where the nose and mouth connect
Flap of cartilage to cover trachea
Windpipe
The Respiratory Sytem
Exchanges of gas
Pharynx
Where the nose and mouth connect
42 terms
Human Anatomy and Physiology: Respiratory System
Function
Pulmonary Ventilation
External Respiration
Transport
To supply the body with oxygen and dispose of carbon dioxide.…
Moving air into and out of the lungs.
Gas exchange between the lungs and the blood by diffusion. O2…
Transport of oxygen and carbon dioxide between the lungs and…
Function
To supply the body with oxygen and dispose of carbon dioxide.…
Pulmonary Ventilation
Moving air into and out of the lungs.
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Human Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 16: Respiratory System
Alveoli
Pulmonary Artery
Venules, High, Veins, Heart
Carbonic Acid
Where gas exchange in the lungs occurs
Carries blood low in oxygen
Pulmonary _______ carry blood ____ in oxygen back to pulmonar…
What carbon dioxide in blood is converted to when it mixes wi…
Alveoli
Where gas exchange in the lungs occurs
Pulmonary Artery
Carries blood low in oxygen
37 terms
Essentials of Human Anatomy and Physiology Respiratory System
nostrils
nasal cavity
Conchae
Cleft palate
contains mucus
increases surface area for mucosa to be exposed to the air.
Genetic defect... failure of the bones forming the palate to fus…
nostrils
nasal cavity
contains mucus
Cardiovascular and Respiratory Systems - HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY
aneurysm
thrombocyte
leukocyte
erythrocyte
weak spot in artery- balloons out - if it ruptures, cab be de…
platelet - involved in clotting
white blood cell
red blood cell
aneurysm
weak spot in artery- balloons out - if it ruptures, cab be de…
thrombocyte
platelet - involved in clotting
Human Anatomy & Physiology 2 Respiratory System
Identify the organs of the upper respi…
Define: nasal septum, nasal conchae, s…
What is the function of the mucous mem…
What is the function of the pharynx?
-The upper respiratory tract includes the nose, nasal cavity,…
- The nasal septum is a structure that divides the nasal cavi…
-. The functions of the mucous membrane of the nasal cavity a…
-Functions of the pharynx are to move food into the esophagus…
Identify the organs of the upper respi…
-The upper respiratory tract includes the nose, nasal cavity,…
Define: nasal septum, nasal conchae, s…
- The nasal septum is a structure that divides the nasal cavi…
Human Anatomy & Physiology Chapter 22: The Respiratory System
Lungs
Alveolus
Surfactant
Sinuses
Bring oxygen into the body and remove carbon dioxide and some…
One of the microscopic air sacs of the lungs;... tiny air sac at…
Secretion produced by certain cells of the alveoli that reduc…
Mucus-membrane-lined, air filled cavity in certain cranial bo…
Lungs
Bring oxygen into the body and remove carbon dioxide and some…
Alveolus
One of the microscopic air sacs of the lungs;... tiny air sac at…
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Human anatomy - Respiratory Physiology
Respiratory system
external and cellular respiration
external respiration
cellular respiration
exchange of Gases between the atmosphere and the blood; homeo…
What are the levels of respiration? (2) :
movement of gases between external environment and the lungs
use of oxygen and nutrients to produce ATP
Respiratory system
exchange of Gases between the atmosphere and the blood; homeo…
external and cellular respiration
What are the levels of respiration? (2) :
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Human Physiology: Respiratory System
Functions of Respiratory System
Structures of Respiratory System
Conducting Zone
Goblet Cells
-Vocalization: using respiratory structures to create sound... -…
General... -Conducting Zone: consists of series of airways, tube…
-Consists of series of airways, tubes, and chambers that tran…
-Secrete viscous fluid called mucus, which coats airways and…
Functions of Respiratory System
-Vocalization: using respiratory structures to create sound... -…
Structures of Respiratory System
General... -Conducting Zone: consists of series of airways, tube…
Human Anatomy & Physiology Unit 8 Standards: Respiratory System
7a) Identify the main components of th…
7b) Describe the purpose of the follow…
7c) Explain the main function of the r…
7d) Obtain 80% or higher on the vocab…
Epiglottis: Flap-like structure which prevents food & liqui…
1. Gas exchange: Oxygen enters blood & carbon dioxide leaves.…
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7b) Describe the purpose of the follow…
Epiglottis: Flap-like structure which prevents food & liqui…
102 terms
Human Physiology Respiratory System
4 Steps to respiration
6 Non-respiratory function of resp. sy…
3 types of regulation for resp. function
Diaphraghm
1. Gas exchange btwn atmosphere and alveoli... 2. Exchange O2/ C…
H2O loss... Temp. regulation... Venous return... Acid base balance... Spe…
Nervous system (extrinsic)... Hormones (extrinsic)... Chemical (int…
Muscle at the base of abdomen used for respiration. ... Made of…
4 Steps to respiration
1. Gas exchange btwn atmosphere and alveoli... 2. Exchange O2/ C…
6 Non-respiratory function of resp. sy…
H2O loss... Temp. regulation... Venous return... Acid base balance... Spe…
99 terms
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…
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 _
Human Anatomy & Physiology Respiratory
Respiratory system function
What makes up the upper respiratory sy…
What makes up the lower respiratory sy…
Epithelium of the nasal cavity
1. Gas Exchange... 2. Protects the respiratory surfaces... 3. Commu…
-Nose... -Nasal cavity... -Paranasal sinuses... -Pharynx (3)
-Larynx... -Trachea... -Bronchi... -Bronchioles... -Alveoli
Pseudostratified epithelium with goblet cells
Respiratory system function
1. Gas Exchange... 2. Protects the respiratory surfaces... 3. Commu…
What makes up the upper respiratory sy…
-Nose... -Nasal cavity... -Paranasal sinuses... -Pharynx (3)
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
24 terms
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…
15 terms
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
38 terms
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 & 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
17 terms
Human Anatomy & Physiology - Circulatory System
Circulatory System
Arteries
Veins
Arterioles
the system that circulates blood and lymph through the body,…
Carry blood away from the heart (red)
Carry blood to the heart (blue)
Little arteries
Circulatory System
the system that circulates blood and lymph through the body,…
Arteries
Carry blood away from the heart (red)
93 terms
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
13 terms
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…
23 terms
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…
74 terms
Human Anatomy Respiratory System
Functions of the Respiratory System
RESPIRATION
Ventilation
Gas Exchange
Exchange oxygen and carbon dioxide. Sound production by move…
has 3 meanings, ventilation, gas exchange, and Oxygen utiliza…
mass movement of air
diffusion of gas molecules: External respiration and... Internal…
Functions of the Respiratory System
Exchange oxygen and carbon dioxide. Sound production by move…
RESPIRATION
has 3 meanings, ventilation, gas exchange, and Oxygen utiliza…
19 terms
Human Anatomy & Physiology Unit 8 Terminology: Respiratory System
Alveolus (Alveoli)
Bronchial Tree
Carbaminohemoglobin
Cellular Respiration
Air sacs clustered at the very end of the respiratory tubes.
Branched airways leading from the trachea to the air sacs (al…
The compound formed by the union of carbon dioxide and hemogl…
The breakdown of sugar within the cell to create energy (ATP)…
Alveolus (Alveoli)
Air sacs clustered at the very end of the respiratory tubes.
Bronchial Tree
Branched airways leading from the trachea to the air sacs (al…
74 terms
Human Anatomy Respiratory System
Functions of the Respiratory System
RESPIRATION
Ventilation
Gas Exchange
Exchange oxygen and carbon dioxide. Sound production by move…
has 3 meanings, ventilation, gas exchange, and Oxygen utiliza…
mass movement of air
diffusion of gas molecules: External respiration and... Internal…
Functions of the Respiratory System
Exchange oxygen and carbon dioxide. Sound production by move…
RESPIRATION
has 3 meanings, ventilation, gas exchange, and Oxygen utiliza…
Human Anatomy & Physiology 2 Lymphatic System&Respiratory System
The walls of lymphatic vessels are sim…
As fluid pressure builds in the inters…
Which of these is NOT a function of ly…
What is the role of the thymus in prot…
-veins
-of the one-way design of their flaplike valves
-produce red blood cells
-It produces thymosin, which causes the maturation of T lymph…
The walls of lymphatic vessels are sim…
-veins
As fluid pressure builds in the inters…
-of the one-way design of their flaplike valves
59 terms
Human Anatomy: Respiratory System
Nasal Cavity
Internal Nares
External Nares
Nasal Concha
(13)
Nasal Cavity
Internal Nares
Human Anatomy: Respiratory System
Upper Resp Tract
Paranasal sinuses
Lower resp
Pathway of air to lungs
Oral/nasal cavity to pharynx. Filter, warm, and humidify air…
Frontal, ethmoid (air cells), spenoid, maxillary all produce…
Larynx to alveoli
Oral/nasal cavity > pharynx > larynx > trachea > primary bron…
Upper Resp Tract
Oral/nasal cavity to pharynx. Filter, warm, and humidify air…
Paranasal sinuses
Frontal, ethmoid (air cells), spenoid, maxillary all produce…
Respiratory System Anatomy + Physiology
Pharynx
3
Nasopharynx
Eustachian tube.
Another word for the throat (specifically the back of the thr…
There are _ parts of the pharynx.
The _______(pharynx) consists of the uvula, pharyngeal tonsil…
The air passage between the middle ear and throat that equali…
Pharynx
Another word for the throat (specifically the back of the thr…
3
There are _ parts of the pharynx.
Respiratory System Anatomy/Physiology
pharynx
larynx
trachea
left lung
pharynx
larynx
42 terms
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
The Essentials of Human Anatomy and Physiology: Chapter 13 Practice Test (The Respiratory System)
Air in the conducting zone airways tha…
Air in the larynx on its way to the lu…
Air must pass through this slit-like o…
Each of the following is directly conn…
dead space volume... Dead space volume is air in the conducting…
Trachea.
Glottis.
trachea
Air in the conducting zone airways tha…
dead space volume... Dead space volume is air in the conducting…
Air in the larynx on its way to the lu…
Trachea.
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The Essentials of Human Anatomy and Physiology: Chapter 13 Self Test (The Respiratory System)
The respiratory membrane must be very…
The superior, middle, and inferior nas…
Which of the following describes the p…
A normal tidal volume is about ____ mi…
thin; diffusion
increase the mucosal surface area and increase air turbulence…
Pharynx-larynx-trachea-bronchi-bronchioles-alveoli.
500; the amount of air moved into and out of the lungs with e…
The respiratory membrane must be very…
thin; diffusion
The superior, middle, and inferior nas…
increase the mucosal surface area and increase air turbulence…
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…
20 terms
Apologia Anatomy and Physiology Lesson 6 Respiratory System
Nasal Cavity
Cilia
Sinus Cavities
Uvula
A space in your head where much of the dust, pollen, bacteria…
Tiny motorized "whips" waving back and forth on the cells lin…
Holes in your skull that aid in the warming, moisturizing and…
A small pink projection hanging downward from your soft palate.
Nasal Cavity
A space in your head where much of the dust, pollen, bacteria…
Cilia
Tiny motorized "whips" waving back and forth on the cells lin…
18 terms
Precepts of Anatomy and Physiology - The Human Body: The Circulatory System - The Respiratory System - Chapter 2 Lesson 4
A muscular tube at the back of the mou…
The tube that carries air from the lar…
The dome-shaped muscle in the chest ca…
The structure in which air enters the…
pharynx
trachea
diaphragm
larynx
A muscular tube at the back of the mou…
pharynx
The tube that carries air from the lar…
trachea
14 terms
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…
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.
33 terms
Respiratory System: Anatomy & Physiology
Organs of the respiratory system
nasal cavity
palate
mucous membrane
nasal cavity, pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchial tubes, & lu…
where air enters the body (the nares) & is divided into two i…
the roof of the mouth. Separates the nasal cavity from the mo…
lining of the nasal cavity which secretes mucus, a sticky flu…
Organs of the respiratory system
nasal cavity, pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchial tubes, & lu…
nasal cavity
where air enters the body (the nares) & is divided into two i…
40 terms
The Essentials of Human Anatomy and Physiology: Chapter 13 Practice Test (The Respiratory System)
Air in the conducting zone airways tha…
Air in the larynx on its way to the lu…
Air must pass through this slit-like o…
Each of the following is directly conn…
dead space volume... Dead space volume is air in the conducting…
Trachea.
Glottis.
trachea
Air in the conducting zone airways tha…
dead space volume... Dead space volume is air in the conducting…
Air in the larynx on its way to the lu…
Trachea.
26 terms
Anatomy & Physiology: Respiratory system
Gas Exchange
Communication
Olfaction
Acid-Base balance
Provides for Oxygen and carbon dioxide exhange between the bl…
Serves for speech and other vocalization
Provides sense of smell
Helps control the pH of the body fluids by eliminating excess…
Gas Exchange
Provides for Oxygen and carbon dioxide exhange between the bl…
Communication
Serves for speech and other vocalization
18 terms
Anatomy Respiratory System Physiology
Mechanics of Breathing (Pulmonary Vent…
Inspiration (Inhalation)
Exhalation
Respiratory Volumes and Capacity
-Depends on volume changes in the thoracic cavity... -Volume cha…
-Diaphragm and intercostal muscles contract... -The size of the…
-Largely a passive process which depends on natural lung elas…
-Normal breathing moves about .5L of air with each breathe(re…
Mechanics of Breathing (Pulmonary Vent…
-Depends on volume changes in the thoracic cavity... -Volume cha…
Inspiration (Inhalation)
-Diaphragm and intercostal muscles contract... -The size of the…
Anatomy and Physiology Respiratory System
Nasal Cavity
Bronchial Tree
Alveolar Ducts
Nasal Conchae
Its job is to warm the entering air before it gets to the lun…
The lungs consist of a series of branching tubes that togethe…
The alveoli are housed within the ____________. The hollow sp…
The folds found within the nasal cavity that store many blood…
Nasal Cavity
Its job is to warm the entering air before it gets to the lun…
Bronchial Tree
The lungs consist of a series of branching tubes that togethe…
14 terms
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…
36 terms
Human Physiology: The Respiratory System
What is the difference between cellula…
Name the components of the upper respi…
Based on the total cross-sectional are…
Give two functions of pleural fluid.
Cellular respiration is intracellular and uses oxygen and org…
The upper respiratory tract includes the mouth, nasal cavity,…
Velocity is highest in the trachea and lowest in the bronchio…
Pleural fluid reduces friction and holds the lungs tight agai…
What is the difference between cellula…
Cellular respiration is intracellular and uses oxygen and org…
Name the components of the upper respi…
The upper respiratory tract includes the mouth, nasal cavity,…
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