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respiratory system

respiratory system of human body

What are the Primary Functions of the Respiratory system? Intake of Oxygen, Removal of Carbon Dioxide, and removal of Water
Nasal Cavity lined with what? Mucus
Why is the Naval Cavity lined with Mucus? to trap foreign particles
What is the Cilia's job? To move mucus to the stomach
What is another name for the Pharynx? Throat
What is the primary organ of the respiratory system? Lungs
What is the Diaphragm? A muscle at the base of the lungs?
What is the Bronchus? Muscular tubes that direct air to lungs.
What is the First step in the Gas exchange process? Oxygen moves from Alveoli to Capillaries
What is the Second step in the Gas Exchange Process? Oxygen rich blood is carried to Heart
What is the Third step in the Gas Exchange process? Carbon Dioxide exhaled from the lungs
What gases are exchanged through the Gas Exchange process? Carbon Dioxide & Oxygen
What happens when you inhale? Diaphragm contracts reducing pressure creating suction.
What happens when you exhale? Rib Muscles contract forcing carbon dioxide out of the lungs.
List diseases that effect the respiratory system? Bronchitis, Lung Cancer. Emphysema,& Atherosclerosis
Created by: carnivalcruise