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Respiratory system the system of the body concerned with gas transport and exchange
conductive phase concerned with the movement of gases from the outer environment through the respiratory tubes to the lungs
gas exchange phase concerned with the exchange of O2 and CO2 between the blood and the air sacs of the lungs
Route air passes from the outer environment to the lungs? Nasal or oral cavity to the Pharynx to the Larynx, to the Trachea, to the Bronchi, and then to the lungs.
Nasal or Oral cavity referred to as the nose and mouth region
Pharynx muscular tube for passageway of air and food
larynx cartilage tube for the passageway of air, also contains the vocal folds
In the trachea, the gap between the two ends of each ring is bridged by _____ and _____ posteriorly. smooth muscle and connective tissue
The right bronchus is ______ in length and divides in to _______ secondary bronchi for each _____. 2.5 cm. 3 secondary bronchi for each lobe
The bronchopulmonary segments are separated from each other by: connective tissue septa
The structure that contains only smooth muscle and connective tissue respiratory bronchi
The structure that contain only epithelium and connective tissue alveoli
What structure has cartilage tertiary bronchi
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