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Fund of Body Struc

Respiratory system

Palatine tonsils Lymph tissue located at the POSTERIOR os(opening) of the oral cavity.
Lymph tissue PHYSIOLOGY To defend the body from pathogens.
Lymph tissue Is considered part of your immune system.
Os, Ossa, Orifice, Meatus Openings.
Nostrils Ossa or external nares.
Nasal passages Air entering the nostrils travels through nose vessels called?
Nasal septum Wall that separates the nasal passages.
Para-nasal sinuses Air filled cavities located within the cranium adjacent to the nasal passages.
Adjacent Next to.
Septa Walls
Nasal passages hair PHYSIOLOGY Screen inhaled air.
Olfactory sense Sense of smell in the septa of the nasal passages.
Septa of the nasal passages Are lined with mucous membranes that produce mucous.
Pharynx Throat.
Nasopharynx Nose and pharynx.
Oropharynx Oral cavity(mouth) and pharynx.
Adenoids Lymph tissue located at the POSTERIOR orifice(opening) of the nasopharynx.
Created by: sherylsanchez