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respiratory system

general info to know about the respiratory system

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Factors of airflow pressure gradient and resistance
The largest percentage of carbon dioxide is transported in the blood as bicarbonate dissolved in the plasma
function of vestibular folds (false vocal cords) protect vocal cords (do not produce sound)
Factors of airflow pressure gradient and resistance
The largest percentage of carbon dioxide is transported in the blood as bicarbonate dissolved in the plasma
function of vestibular folds (false vocal cords) protect vocal cords (do not produce sound)
the amount of air moved from the atmosphere and alveoli in one minute is termed what? pulmonary ventilation
what forms the respiratory membrane aveolar and capillary walls
hypocapnia blood P(CO2) decreases below normal levels
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