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A & P Respiratory Sy

bronchi tubes (plural)for air into and out of body
pharynx throat, posterior to oral cavity
larynx voicebox, passageway for air, prevents food/other from entering breathing structures
epiglottis cartilaginous structure,acts as flap covering trachea during eating
trachea windpipe, from larynx @ 5" into thoracic cavity, splits into bronchi
bronchioles these are made of smooth muscle not cartilage, regulate flow of air to alveoli
alveoli small grape-like air sacs, end of respiratory passages, exchange oxygen and carbon dioxide
pneumothorax chest cavity with lungs
olfactory receptors located in nose
nose beginning of respiration
Created by: christiethoreson