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vocabulary of the lungs

Alveoli each of the hemispherical pits in which the last branches of the bronchioles end.
bronchi each of the tubes that ends in the trachea and enters the lungs
Bronchioles each of the small ducts in which the bronchi are divided and subdivided into the lungs.
Diaphragm membrane formed mostly by muscle fibers, which separates the thoracic cavity from the abdominal cavity
lungs breathing organ of vertebrates that live or can live out of water. It is spongy, soft, flexible,and occupies a part of the thoracic cavity
oxygen chemical element that is indispensable for the breathing of any living being
Carbon dioxide Gas that is present in the atmosphere that humans expel when we breathe.
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