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week 2

chapter 4

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What is the purpose of the Respiratory System Bring oxygen into the body and expel waste product
What does the mucous membrane covering the turbinates help do Acts as barriers to divide and slow down inhaled air so that it can pick-up warmth and moisture
True or false. The epiglottis seals off the pharynx so that food moves into the esophagus. false
What is a Trachea -Passage way for both inhaled and exhaled air -Makes room for large amount of food that passes through the esophagus -A muscular tube containing C-shaped right and corritage
What are the smallest passageways in the lungs called Bronchioles
Which lung has three lobes and two lobes Right -3, Left-2
What are clusters of air sacs in the lungs called Alveoli
What is the space between the lungs in the thoracic cavity called Mediastinum
What does respiration consist of breathing out, expiration, inspiration, inhalation breathing out, expiration, exhalation
Normal depth and rate of respirations is known as what Eupnea
What is the medical word for collapse lung Atelectasis
What is the indentation on the medial surface of the lung called Hilum
What consist of the upper respiratory system Nose,nasal cavity, and pharynx
What consist of the lower respiratory system Throacic cavity, larynx, traches, bronchi, lungs and diphragm
What is the Latin word that means partition Septum
Does the larynx merge with the nasal cavity NO
Internal respiration is the exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide in what At a cellular level/cells of the body
What is cilia Small hairs that move foreign particles away from the lung
What is the membrane that covers the surface of the lung vicual Plura
What does the phrenic nerve do for respiration causes the diaphragm to contract and initiate inspiration
What is the form (term) in which oxygen travels in the blood. oxyhemoglobin
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