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when separated from “whole blood,” is a clear straw-colored fluid that consists of about 90% water and 10% solutes. Plasma
The hematopoietic stem cell, called _________ serves as the original stem cell from which all formed elements of the blood are derived. hemocyto-blast,
Solute particles less than 1 nm in diameter (e.g., ions, glucose, and other small molecules) Crystaloids
in the vestibule they serve as an initial “filter” that screens particulate matter from air that is entering the system. vibrissae, or nasal hairs,
_______ muscles have both their origin and insertion on the larynx. They are important in controlling vocal fold length and tension and in regulating the shape of the laryngeal inlet. Intrinsic
________ muscles insert on the larynx but have their origin on some other structure—such as the hyoid bone. Therefore, contrac-tion of the extrinsic muscles actually moves or displaces the larynx as a whole. Extrinsic
This structure is a tube about 11 cm (4.5 inches) long that extends from the larynx in the neck to the primary bronchi in the thoracic cavity Trachea
enveloped as they are by networks of capillaries, ac-complish the lung’s main and vital function, that of gas exchange between air and blood. Alveoli
The space between the lungs occupied mainly by the esophagus, trachea, large blood vessels, and heart is the mediastinum
This difference (PIP ⫺ PA) is called the transpulmonary pressure.
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