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respiratory systemCS

respiratory system

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cilia hairlike projections lungs organ of repiration located in the thoracic cavity respiratory system taking in oxygen and and removint carbon dioxide
epiglottis leaf- shaped structure that closes over the larynx during swallowing nasal cavities space between the cranium and the roof of the mouth sinuses cavity or ait space in a bone
expiration the expulision of air from the lungs nasal septum bony and cartilaginous partition that separated the nasal cavity into two sections trachea windpipe
ventilation pertaining to the front part of the body
Alveoli microscopic air scs in the lungs external respiration the change of oxygen and cargon dioxide between the lungs and blood streem nose the projection in the center of the face
bronchi two main branches of the trachea inspiration breathing in pharynx the throat
bronchioles small branches of the bronchi internal respiration the exchange of carbon dioxide and oxygen between the tisseue cells pleura a serious membrane that covert the lungs and lines the thoracic cavity
cellular respiration uses the oxygen an dnutrients to produce energy, water, and carbon dioxide larynx voice box respiration the process of taking in oxygen and expelling cargon dioxide
Created by: carleisha