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Human Anatomy

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The trachea, bronchial tree, and lungs make up the Lower respiratory tract.
An inflammation of the lower respiratory tract that involves the airways of the lungs is called Pneumonia
If you were to trace the movement of air through the nose into the pharynx, it would pass through the following structures in which order? Anterior nares, vestibule, meatus, and posterior nares
Starling’s law of the heart states that, within limits, the longer, or more stretched, the heart fibers are at the beginning of the contraction, the Stronger the contraction.
Which two factors promote the return of venous blood to the heart? Blood-pumping action of respirations and skeletal muscle contractions
A signal conduction route to and from the central nervous system is a(n) Reflex arc.
The somatic nervous system carries information to the Skeletal muscles.
The ________ of a presynaptic neuron associates with the dendrite of a postsynaptic neuron. Axon terminal
The efferent pathways of the autonomic nervous system can be divided into the __________ divisions. Parasympathetic and sympathetic
Which of the following is not a structural classification of neurons? Polar
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