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A&P Lab Test 3

Two pairs of vocal folds are found in the larynx. Which pair are true vocal cords Inferior vocal cords
What forms the adams apple thyroid cartilage
What is shaped like a signet ring Crichoid
What is the lid of the larynx Epiglotis
What forms the vocal cord attachment Arytenoid Cartilage
What is the significance of the fact that the human trachea is reinforced with cartilaginous rings? To prevent collapse and Protection
Why are the rings incomplete posteriorly To allow food to pass (swallowing)
What is the function of pleural membranes Reduce friction and long longs in the thorax
What are the two functions of the nasal mucosa Warm and moisten
Which of the primary bronchi is longer The left
Which primary bronchi is larger in diameter The right
Which primary bronchi is more horizontal The left
Which primary bronchi commonly traps foreign objects that has entered the respiratory pathways The right
Connects the larynx to the primary bronchi trachea
site of tonsils pharynx
food passage posterior to the trachea esophagus
covers the glottis during swallowing of food epiglottis
contain the vocal cords larynx
nerve that activates the diaphragm during inspiration phrenic nerve
pleural layer lining the walls of the thorax parietal pleura
site from which oxygen enters the pulmonary blood alveolus
connects the middle ear to the nasopharynx pharyngotympanic tube
opening between the vocal folds glottis
increase air turbulence in the nasal cavity conchae
separates the oral cavity from the nasal palate
What portions of the respiratory system are referred to as anatomical dead space Conducting zone
Why are conducting zones considered anatomical dead space because there is no gas exchange
External respiration Exchange of gas across a respiratory membrane
Internal respiration exchange of gases between systemic blood and tissue cells
Cellular respiration Cells use oxygen and release carbon dioxide
Mucosa Sub Layers - Epithelium, lamena propia, muscularis. Major functions - Absorption & Secretion.
Submucosa Major Functions - Vascular Supply to Mucos protect
Muscularis Externa Sub Division - Circlar Layers Logitudenal Major Functions - Churning
Serosa or Adventitia Major functions - Protection Reducing Friction
The tubelike digestive system canal that extend
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