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AP CH 9

THE RESPIRATORY SYSTEM

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THE ACT OF BRINGING AIR INTO THE THE LUNGS IS WHAT INHALATION
PULMONARY VENTILATION IS ALSO CALLED BREATHING
WHAT PREVENT THE ALEVEOLI OF THE LUNGS FROM COLLAPSING WITH EXHALATION SURFACTANT
WHAT PRODUCES SOUNDS KNOWN AS SPEECH AIR PASSING OVER THE VOCAL CORDS WITH EXHALATION
WHATS THE MEDICAL TERM FOR DIFFICULTY BREATHING DYSPNEA
WHAT IS TACHYPNEA FAST BREATHING
WHATS ANOTHER NAME FOR THE NOSTRILS NARES
WHAT PASSAGEWAY ROUTES BOTH AIR AND FOOD AND AIDS IN SPEECH THE LARYNX
WHAT IS INSPIRATION MOVING AIR INTO THE LUNGS
WHEN THE LUNGS COMPRESS AS THE DIAPHRAGM RELAXES AND THE THORACIC CAVITY DECREASES IN SIZE THIS IS WHAT. EXHALATION
ANOTHER WORD FOR NORMAL BREATHING IS WHAT EUPNEA
WHAT IS RESIDUAL VOLUME THE AMOUNT OF AIR THAT REMAINS IN THE LUNGS AFTER EXHALATION
WHAT IS IT CALLED WHEN TISSUES ARE UNDER OXYGENATED HYPOXIA
WHAT IS APNEA ABSENT BREATHING
WHAT IS THE RESPIRATORY SYSTEM RESPONSIBLE FOR INTAKE OF OXYGEN AND ELIMINATION OF CARBON DIOXIDE
WHAT SEPARATES THE THORACIC CAVITY AND THE ABDOMINAL CAVITY DIAPHRAGM
HOW IS SOUND PRODUCED THE VOCAL CORDS ARE PULLED OVER THE GLOTTIS AND AIR PASSES OVER THEM
THE TRACHEA DIVIDES INTO THE LEFT AND RIGHT BRONCHI
WHAT PART OF THE BODY HAS BODY RESPIRATORY AND DIGESTIVE FUNCTIONS PHARYNX
WHAT IS INTERNAL RESPIRATION THE EXCHANGE OF GASES BETWEEN THE CAPILLARIES AND THE TISSUES
WHAT IS ANOTHER NAME FOR THE THROAT PHARNYX
WHAT ARE THE ALVEOLI TINY AIR SACS THAT ARE THE SITE OF GAS EXCHANGE
WHAT DO THE CELLS USE OXYGEN FOR TO MAKE ATP
WHAT STRUCTURE STOPS FOOD AND LIQUID FROM PASSING INTO THE NASAL CAVITY UVULA
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