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Tube connecting the larynx to the lungs Trachea
Vocal chords... la la la! Larynx
Larger branches that lead from the trachea Bronchi
Smallest branches that connect the alveoli to the trachea Bronchioles
Muscle beneath the lungs Diaphragm
Tiny air sacs that are surrounded by capillaries Alveoli
Bronchioles tighten up causing less oxygen delivered to cels Asthma
Flap of skin that covers the trachea Epiglottis
Animal that breathes through lungs, skin or gills Amphibian (Sally the Salamander)
Animal in which the air flows in and continues out the other end Bird
Animal in which the tracheal system connects cells directly to the outside Insects
When the air passages are inflamed Bronchitis
When the lung tissue is infected Pneumonia
Yellow teeth, bad breath, short of breath, cough or cold Smoker