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Chap 15 respiratory

Respitory System

QuestionAnswer
Respiratory system is dvided into how many parts 2
Upper extends from? Nose to Trachea
Formal name for a nostril? Nare
Tip of nose is made of? Cartalidge
Formal name for nose hair? Vabrissae
How many Nasal cavaties are there? 2
Bone and soft tissue that separeates teh cavites is? Nasal Septem
Goublet cells produce______. Nasal Mucosa
3 curly bones on each lateral wall, Superior, middle and inferior. Nasal Conche
Olfactory receptors are aka Chemo receptors
Air filled cavities in the frontal, maxillae, ethmoid and sphenoid bones. Paranasal Sinuses
Muscular tube posterior to the nasal and oral cavites. Pharynx
how many parts does the pharynx include? 3 parts, Nasopharynx, oropharynx, laryngopharnx
Seperates oropharynx and nasopharynx Soft Palate
Punching bag on the soft palate uvula
Passes air and food. Oral Pharynx
Lingual Tongue
Inferior, together with oropharynx this innitiates swallowing
Voice box larynx
cartilage that lowers to close passage to larynx while swallowing Epiglottis
vibrate to make sound waves Vocal Chords
"wind pipe" Trachea
no cartalidge Terminates at alvoli, circular smooth muscle Bronchole
Lateral to heart, rests on diaphragm Lungs
Level with Clavicle Apex
the 3 pleural membranes are Sirus membranes, parietal, and visceral
millions of tiny air sacs within the lung Avoli
How many cell types do avoli have? 2,
which type of avoli cell produces pulmonary sufactant? Alveolar type II cells
What does surfactant do? Prevents walls and alveoli from sticking togetehr by decreasing surface tension.
What is within the alveoli? Macrophages
Alveoli are surrounded by? Capillaries
Technical term for breathing? Ventalation
Breathing In? Inhilation, inspiration
Breathing out? Exhalation, expiration
Breathing rythme is produced where? Medulla and pons
Impulse to breath carried by the? Pharnic nerve
Diaphragm and internal and external Intercostal Muscles make up the? Primary muscles for breathing
what nerves are used for inhalation? Phrenic and intercostal nerves
Capacity of the lungs to hold air Pulmonary volumes
amount of air used during regular breathing Tidal volume
amount of air breathed in one minute Minute respitory volumen (mrv)
what you can inhale beyond tidal volume inspritory reserve
what you could exhale beyond tidal volume Exspirtory reserve
Sum of total Volume lungs hold Vital Capacity
volume left in lungs after forced maximum exhalation Residual air(residual volume)
air not in the alveoli with inhalation antitomic deadspace
normal range of motion of lungs and thoracic wall for breathing Compliance
process of making energy in our bodies Cellular expiration
o2 in co2 out is called internal respiration
How does o2 and co2 pass through capillary to alveoulus wall and back? defusion
98.5% of o2 is carried on hemoglobin
How many ways do we regulate resiration? 2 ways
What regulation of respiration is located in the medulla and pons? Nervous regulation
Chemoreceptors also regulate respiration, it is called chemical regulation
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