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Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 13: The Respiratory System
The organs of the respiratory system i…
Alveoli
Gas exchanges with the blood happen on…
Anatomy of nasal cavity
nose, pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchi and their smaller bra…
terminal air sacs
alveoli
The organs of the respiratory system i…
nose, pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchi and their smaller bra…
Alveoli
terminal air sacs
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Anatomy & Physiology Chapter 13: Respiratory System
Anoxia
Apnea
Aspiration
Atelectasis
An absolute absence of oxygen within tissues.
Temporary cessation of breathing.
Inhalation of a foreign substance (usually water or food) int…
Collapse of parts of the lung. Pneumothorax; air fills pleura…
Anoxia
An absolute absence of oxygen within tissues.
Apnea
Temporary cessation of breathing.
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Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 13: The Respiratory System
respiratory system
nares
nasal cavity
nasal septum
A system of organs, functioning in the process of gas exchang…
Nostrils
either of the two cavities lying between the floor of the cra…
a wall of cartilage that divides the nose into two equal sect…
respiratory system
A system of organs, functioning in the process of gas exchang…
nares
Nostrils
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Anatomy & Physiology Honors Chapter 13: The Respiratory System
anoxia
apnea
bronchial sounds
cellular respiration
a deficiency of oxygen
temporary cessation of breathing, especially during sleep
breath sounds of a harsh or blowing quality, heard on auscult…
metabolic processes in which ATP is produced
anoxia
a deficiency of oxygen
apnea
temporary cessation of breathing, especially during sleep
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Anatomy and Physiology: Chapter 13, Respiratory System Vocabulary
Respiratory System
External Nares
Nasal Cavity
Nasal Septum
Shares responsibility with the cardiovascular system for supp…
The place through which air enters the nose during breathing.…
The interior of the nose. Lined with mucosa and holds olfacto…
The midline that divides the nasal cavity.
Respiratory System
Shares responsibility with the cardiovascular system for supp…
External Nares
The place through which air enters the nose during breathing.…
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Anatomy & Physiology Chapter 13: Respiratory System
Anoxia
Apnea
Aspiration
Atelectasis
An absolute absence of oxygen within tissues.
Temporary cessation of breathing.
Inhalation of a foreign substance (usually water or food) int…
Collapse of parts of the lung. Pneumothorax; air fills pleura…
Anoxia
An absolute absence of oxygen within tissues.
Apnea
Temporary cessation of breathing.
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RESPIRATORY SYSTEM CHAPTER 13 Anatomy Physiology
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Major function of R.S
Respiratory and circulatory systems
Test question. Where does cellular res…
...
supply body with oxygen for cellular respiration and dispose…
are closely coupled
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Major function of R.S
supply body with oxygen for cellular respiration and dispose…
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Anatomy and Physiology: Chapter 13, Respiratory System Vocabulary
Respiratory System
Nasal Cavity
Pharynx
Nasopharynx
Shares responsibility with the cardiovascular system for supp…
The interior of the nose. Lined with mucosa and holds olfacto…
A muscular passageway around 13cm long. Passageway for food a…
The superior portion of the pharynx, through which air enters…
Respiratory System
Shares responsibility with the cardiovascular system for supp…
Nasal Cavity
The interior of the nose. Lined with mucosa and holds olfacto…
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Human Physiology Chapter 13: The Respiratory System
Respiration
4 Processes of Respiration
Airways
Alveioli
This is the process whereby the body takes in oxygen from the…
1) Pulmonary Ventilation-This is just a fancy term for breath…
The airways of the body are broken up into either the conduct…
The site of gas exchange in the lungs. They're basically holl…
Respiration
This is the process whereby the body takes in oxygen from the…
4 Processes of Respiration
1) Pulmonary Ventilation-This is just a fancy term for breath…
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Chapter 13 The Respiratory System: Anatomy
Label the organs of the respiratory sy…
Nares
nasal cavity
nasal septum
nasal cavity, nostril, oral cavity, larynx, right main (prima…
openings through the nose carrying air into the nasal cavitie…
Located within and posterior to the nose, the nasal cavity is…
Divides the nasal cavity into left and right portions
Label the organs of the respiratory sy…
nasal cavity, nostril, oral cavity, larynx, right main (prima…
Nares
openings through the nose carrying air into the nasal cavitie…
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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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Chapter 13 The Respiratory System: Physiology
Name two major functions of the respir…
What are the four components of respir…
Describe the process that cause inspir…
Is expiration an active or passive pro…
supply the body with oxygen... dispose of carbon dioxide
pulmonary ventilation... external respiration... respiratory gas tr…
inspiration is an active process that occurs when the chest o…
passive
Name two major functions of the respir…
supply the body with oxygen... dispose of carbon dioxide
What are the four components of respir…
pulmonary ventilation... external respiration... respiratory gas tr…
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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…
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Physiology Chapter 13: Respiratory System
What is breathing known as?
What is external respiration?
What is gas transport?
What is internal respiration?
Pulmonary ventilation
Gas exchange between the blood and alveoli
Blood transporting gases to tissues
Gas exchange between blood and tissues
What is breathing known as?
Pulmonary ventilation
What is external respiration?
Gas exchange between the blood and alveoli
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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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Physiology Chapter 13: Respiratory System
Structure of Smooth Muscle
Where is Smooth Muscle found?
Thin Filaments (Actin)
Cross-Bridge Activation
Spindle-Shaped (fat in middle, skinny on sides); Smaller than…
Surrounds hollow organs that undergo changes in volume
Anchored to plasma membrane or cytoplasmic reticulum structur…
Controlled by a Ca2+ regulated enzyme that phosphorylates myo…
Structure of Smooth Muscle
Spindle-Shaped (fat in middle, skinny on sides); Smaller than…
Where is Smooth Muscle found?
Surrounds hollow organs that undergo changes in volume
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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…
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Anatomy and Physiology: Chapter 13: Anatomy of the Nervous System
gyri
sulci
fissures
cerebral hemispheres
ridges
shallow grooves
deep grooves; divides cerebrum from cerebellum divides hemisp…
largest portion
gyri
ridges
sulci
shallow grooves
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Physiology Chapter 13: Respiratory System
what controls the salt and water secre…
what are present in trachea to engulf…
airways can be divided into two zones:
Alveoli are composed of two types of e…
CFTR chloride channel
macrophages
conducting zone and respiratory zone
tpe I alveolar and type II alveolar cells
what controls the salt and water secre…
CFTR chloride channel
what are present in trachea to engulf…
macrophages
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Anatomy Chapter 13: The Respiratory System
organs of the respiratory system
functions of the respiratory system
nose
anatomy of nasal cavity
nose, pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchi, lungs (alveoli)
gas exchanges between blood and external environment, exchang…
only visible part of respiratory system, air enters through e…
olfactory receptors located in mucosa on superior surface, ca…
organs of the respiratory system
nose, pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchi, lungs (alveoli)
functions of the respiratory system
gas exchanges between blood and external environment, exchang…
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Anatomy Chapter 13: The Respiratory System
respiratory system
alveoli
nose
nasal cavity
nose, pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchi, and their smaller br…
terminal air sacs; where gas exchanges occur.
only external part of the respiratory system; nasal cavity on…
contains respiratory mucosa (warms the air and traps bacteria…
respiratory system
nose, pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchi, and their smaller br…
alveoli
terminal air sacs; where gas exchanges occur.
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Anatomy-Chapter 13: Respiratory System
I know which body system the respirato…
I can list the organs of the respirato…
I know which structure divides the nas…
I know how air warms as it comes into…
cardiovascular system
nose... pharynx... larynx... trachea... bronchi... lungs
nasal septum
respiratory mucosa lines the cavity and rests on a network of…
I know which body system the respirato…
cardiovascular system
I can list the organs of the respirato…
nose... pharynx... larynx... trachea... bronchi... lungs
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Human Physiology Chapter 13: The Respiratory System
Respiration
4 Processes of Respiration
Airways
Alveioli
This is the process whereby the body takes in oxygen from the…
1) Pulmonary Ventilation-This is just a fancy term for breath…
The airways of the body are broken up into either the conduct…
The site of gas exchange in the lungs. They're basically holl…
Respiration
This is the process whereby the body takes in oxygen from the…
4 Processes of Respiration
1) Pulmonary Ventilation-This is just a fancy term for breath…
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anatomy chapter 13 respiratory system
nares
nasal cavity
nasal septum
conchae
nostrils
the interior of the nose
divides the nasal cavity by a midline
mucosa covered projections on the walls of the nasal which in…
nares
nostrils
nasal cavity
the interior of the nose
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Anatomy Chapter 13: The Respiratory System
The cardiovascular system and respirat…
The organs of the respiratory system o…
The circulatory system uses blood to __.
organs of the respiratory system
supplying the body with oxygen and disposing of carbon dioxide
gas exchange between the blood and external environment
transport the respiratory gases between the lungs and the bod…
nose... pharynx... larynx... trachea... bronchi (and their smaller branch…
The cardiovascular system and respirat…
supplying the body with oxygen and disposing of carbon dioxide
The organs of the respiratory system o…
gas exchange between the blood and external environment
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Anatomy Chapter 13 Respiratory System
Nose
Nares
Pharynx
Larynx
Only externally visible part of the respiratory system
The nostrils; air enters the nose by these
Muscular tube extending from the posterior of the nasal cavit…
Routes air and food into the proper channels and plays a role…
Nose
Only externally visible part of the respiratory system
Nares
The nostrils; air enters the nose by these
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chapter 13 anatomy respiratory system
internal respiration
external respiration
upper respiratory system
lower respiratory system
oxygen from blood to body(cells)
oxygen from lungs to blood
nose, pharynx
larynx, trachea, bronchi, lungs
internal respiration
oxygen from blood to body(cells)
external respiration
oxygen from lungs to blood
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*Chapter 13: Respiratory System
Volume changes
inhalation
external intercostal
diaphragm
____________ ______________ lead to pressure changes which le…
Inspiration -- an active process
The ____________ _____________ muscles contract... (1) Moving t…
The ________________ contracts and moves downward.... (1) A dome…
Volume changes
____________ ______________ lead to pressure changes which le…
inhalation
Inspiration -- an active process
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CH 13 Respiratory System Anatomy
nose
nostrils
nares
nasal cavity
the organ of smell and entrance to the respiratory tract
openings in the nose
Openings through the nose carrying air into the nasal cavities
either of the two cavities lying between the floor of the cra…
nose
the organ of smell and entrance to the respiratory tract
nostrils
openings in the nose
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Anatomy & Physiology Chapter 13: The Endocrine System
endocrine system
hormone
endocrine gland
exocrine gland
Body system that includes all of the hormone-secreting organs…
A chemical messenger molecule secreted by an endocrine gland…
Ductless gland that secretes one or more hormones into the bl…
Specialized epithelial tissue that secretes a product directl…
endocrine system
Body system that includes all of the hormone-secreting organs…
hormone
A chemical messenger molecule secreted by an endocrine gland…
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Anatomy chapter 13 respiratory system
Cellular respiration
Internal respiration
Pulmonary ventilation
Expiration
Metabolic processes in which ATP is produced
The use of oxygen by body cells; synonym:cellular respiration
Breathing consists of inspiration and expiration
The act of expelling air from the lungs; exhaling
Cellular respiration
Metabolic processes in which ATP is produced
Internal respiration
The use of oxygen by body cells; synonym:cellular respiration
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Anatomy Chapter 13 Respiratory System
Nose
Nares
Pharynx
Larynx
only externally visible part of the respiratory system
the nostrils; air enters the nose by these
muscular tube extending from the posterior of the nasal cavit…
routes air and food into the proper channels and plays a role…
Nose
only externally visible part of the respiratory system
Nares
the nostrils; air enters the nose by these
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Human Physiology: Chapter 13, Respiratory System
Breathing
Conducting Zone
Nose
Pharynx
Breathe In = Diaphragm Contracts, Ribs lift up and out causin…
Mouth... Nose... Nasal Cavity... Pharynx... Larynx... Trachea... Lungs
Mucosa lining the nasal cavity is called respiratory mucosa,…
Muscular passageway for air ... Nasopharynx --> Oropharynx --> L…
Breathing
Breathe In = Diaphragm Contracts, Ribs lift up and out causin…
Conducting Zone
Mouth... Nose... Nasal Cavity... Pharynx... Larynx... Trachea... Lungs
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Anatomy chapter 13: respiratory system
Respiratory system
Alveoli
Nasal Cavity
Olfactory receptors
Nose... Pharynx... Larynx... Glottis... Epiglottis ... Trachea ... Bronchioles…
Air sacs
Interior of the nose
Sense of smell are located in the mucosa in the slit-like sup…
Respiratory system
Nose... Pharynx... Larynx... Glottis... Epiglottis ... Trachea ... Bronchioles…
Alveoli
Air sacs
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Anatomy Chapter 13 Respiratory System
What is the function of the nasal cavi…
What is the purpose of conchae?
What is the only external visible part…
What is commonly called you throat?
Warms, moistens, and filters air
Increase surface area, aids in nasal cavity
Nose
Pharynx
What is the function of the nasal cavi…
Warms, moistens, and filters air
What is the purpose of conchae?
Increase surface area, aids in nasal cavity
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Hole's Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 13 cardiovascular system
pericardium
14 cm long and 9 cm wide
epicardium
myocardium
Encloses the heart and the proximal ends of the large blood v…
Size of the average adult heart
Corresponds to the visceral pericardium, protects the heart b…
Consists mostly of cardiac muscle tissue that pumps blood out…
pericardium
Encloses the heart and the proximal ends of the large blood v…
14 cm long and 9 cm wide
Size of the average adult heart
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Anatomy chapter 13- Respiratory System
structure of the nose
function of the nose
structure of nasal cavity
function of nasal cavity
nostrils lines with hair, composed of bone and cartilage
prevent large particles from entering and to filter dust size…
hollow space behind nose divided in halves by nasal septum ... C…
swirling of air to ensure that all entering air hits mucous a…
structure of the nose
nostrils lines with hair, composed of bone and cartilage
function of the nose
prevent large particles from entering and to filter dust size…
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Anatomy- Chapter 13 Respiratory System
Alimentary Canal
Digestive System Functions
Order that food passes through the body
Mouth
-AKA Gastrointestinal Tract ... -Continuous, muscular tube that…
-Ingestion: taking in food... -Propulsion: moving foods from one…
-Mouth... -Pharynx ... -Esophagus... -Stomach... -Small Intestine ... -Large…
-AKA oral cavity ... -A mucous membrane-lined cavity ... -Where foo…
Alimentary Canal
-AKA Gastrointestinal Tract ... -Continuous, muscular tube that…
Digestive System Functions
-Ingestion: taking in food... -Propulsion: moving foods from one…
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Chapter 13 The Respiratory System Anatomy
Which of the primary bronchi is large…
which of the primary bronchi are more…
which of the primary bronchi is the mo…
Smallest conducting respiratory passag…
Right
Left
Right
Bronchiolies
Which of the primary bronchi is large…
Right
which of the primary bronchi are more…
Left
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Respiratory System Anatomy Chapter 13
Purpose of this system
Structure
Alveoli
Respiratory Tracts
air distributor and gas exchange, filters warms and humidifie…
Nose, Pharynx, Larynx, Trachea, Bronchi, and Lungs
small thin walled sacs used to distribute air close to blood…
Upper and Lower
Purpose of this system
air distributor and gas exchange, filters warms and humidifie…
Structure
Nose, Pharynx, Larynx, Trachea, Bronchi, and Lungs
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anatomy chapter 13 respiratory system
respiratory system
air
temperature
blood pH
a system that takes in O2 from the environment and exchanges…
the respiratory system traps particles from the _________.
the respiratory system controls _____________ and water loss.
the respiratory system produces vocal sounds and aids in smel…
respiratory system
a system that takes in O2 from the environment and exchanges…
air
the respiratory system traps particles from the _________.
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Anatomy Chapter 13 - Respiratory System
Alveolus
Bronchial Tree
Carbaminhemoglobin
Carbonic Anhydrase
inner lining of simple squamous epithelium and dense network…
branched airways leading from trachea to microscopic air sacs…
carbon dioxide combines with hemoglobin
speeds reaction between carbon dioxide and water
Alveolus
inner lining of simple squamous epithelium and dense network…
Bronchial Tree
branched airways leading from trachea to microscopic air sacs…
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Anatomy chapter 13: The Respiratory System
Visceral pleura
Trachea
Tonsils
Primary bronchi
2 layer covering - layer of tissue that is directly in contac…
Another tube the air travels through - carries air to the pri…
Help to filter the lymph (get bacteria out etc.)
Trachea splits into two and goes to each lung
Visceral pleura
2 layer covering - layer of tissue that is directly in contac…
Trachea
Another tube the air travels through - carries air to the pri…
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Anatomy - Chapter 13 The Respiratory System
tidal volume
surfactant
expiration
parietal pleura
he lung volume representing the normal volume of air displace…
a substance that tends to reduce the surface tension of a liq…
exhalation of breath
the part of the pleura external to the visceral pleura. It li…
tidal volume
he lung volume representing the normal volume of air displace…
surfactant
a substance that tends to reduce the surface tension of a liq…
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Anatomy: Chapter 13 Respiratory System
Alveoli
Breathing
Bronchi
Diaphragm
Small cavity; alveoli of lungs are microscopic saclike dilati…
Process that moves air into and out of the lungs (pulmonary v…
The branches of the trachea
Flat muscular sheet that separates the thorax and abdomen and…
Alveoli
Small cavity; alveoli of lungs are microscopic saclike dilati…
Breathing
Process that moves air into and out of the lungs (pulmonary v…
Hole's Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 13 cardiovascular system
pericardium
epicardium
myocardium
endocardium
Encloses the heart and the proximal ends of the large blood v…
Corresponds to the visceral pericardium, protects the heart b…
Consists mostly of cardiac muscle tissue that pumps blood out…
Consists of epithelium and connective tissue that contains ma…
pericardium
Encloses the heart and the proximal ends of the large blood v…
epicardium
Corresponds to the visceral pericardium, protects the heart b…
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Anatomy Chapter 13: Respiratory System
order of organs:
parts of nose:
conchae
function of nasal cilia:
nose, pharynx, larynx (epiglotis), trachea, bronchi, bronchio…
left and right nares, separated by nasal septum, nasal cavity…
lateral projections that increase air turbulence and surface…
traps incoming foreign particles
order of organs:
nose, pharynx, larynx (epiglotis), trachea, bronchi, bronchio…
parts of nose:
left and right nares, separated by nasal septum, nasal cavity…
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Human Physiology Chapter 13 Terminology- Respiratory Anatomy
5 functions
Nasal Cavity
Nasopharynx
Oropharynx
1. gas exchange... 2. regulates blood pH... 3. voice production... 4.…
mostly cartilage... divided in half by septum
back of nasal cavity
back of oral cavity
5 functions
1. gas exchange... 2. regulates blood pH... 3. voice production... 4.…
Nasal Cavity
mostly cartilage... divided in half by septum
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Anatomy Chapter 13 The Respiratory System
When air moves from the atmosphere (wh…
The trap door that covers the trachea…
Gas exchange in the air sacs occurs wh…
The passageway common to both the resp…
inhales
epiglottis
blood in pulmonary capillaries
pharynx
When air moves from the atmosphere (wh…
inhales
The trap door that covers the trachea…
epiglottis
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