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Liz QR1 Respir

AP2 ST120 QR Respiratory

What is the respiratory mucosa Membrane that lines most of the air distribution tubes in the respiratory system
Windpipe AKA Trachea
Lower respiratory track is composed of Larynx, Trachea, Bronchi, Lungs, Internal lung structures, and Ancillary structures
What is the respiratory membrane Membrane separating air within the alveoli from the blood within the pulmonary capillaries
Voicebox AKA Larynx
External Nares AKA Nostrils
Starting with the trachea, the air passage to the alveoli (A, B, C, D, E) Trachea, Primary bronchi, Bronchiole, Alveolar Duct, Alveoli
The 2 basic functions of the respiratory system (A and B) Air distribution, Gas exchange
The 3 additional things that respiratory system does to the air we breathe (A, B, C) FIlter, Humidify, Warm
The upper respiratory track is composed of Nose, Nasal cavity, Sinus, Pharynx
Created by: elizabeth-mcw