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Respiration

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alveoli tiny air sacs in the lungs where gas exchange takes place.
bronchi tubes lined with cilia that connect the trachea to the lungs.
diaphragm a domed shaped muscle located under the lungs. It moves up and down during inhalation and exhalation
emphysema a lung disease where the alveoli become large and break down.
lung cancer uncontrolled growth of tumors in the lungs.
lungs large spongy organs located in the chest. Gas exchange occurs here.
trachea the tube that transports air to the bronchial tubes from the mouth and nose. (windpipe).
ATP energy molecule made during respiration.
Fermentation anaerobic respiration – oxygen is not needed- makes lactic acid
Fatigue when lactic acid builds up in the muscles
Created by: gjsund1988