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Respiratory System

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aveoli resemble a bunch of grapes external respiration is the exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide between the lungs and blood stem
pharynx or throat lies directly behind the nasal cavites lungs organ of respiration located in the thoracic cavity
internal respiration is the change of carbon dioxide and oxygen between the tissue cell and bloodstem cellur respiration because the carbon dioxide in the cellconcentrati
respiratory system consists the lungs and air passages larynx or voice bow lies between the pharynx and trachea
pleura consists of two layers of serous membrane a visceral pleara attached to the surface of the lung, and a parietal pleura atteched to the chest wall nose has two open called nostrils or nares through which air enters
epiglottis a special leaflike piece od cartilage, close the open into the larynx during swallowing. ventilation in process of breathing
nasal sptum divides the nose into two holow space. trachea is a tube exyending from the larynx to the center of the chest
inspiration is the process of breathing air nasal cavities are lined with a mucous
cilia filter inhaled air to trap dust and other particles bronchioles small branches of the bronchi carry air in the lungs
respiration is controlled byh the respistory center in the medulla oblongate of the brain Sinuses are cavites in the skull thatg surround the nasal area
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