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The Respiratory System: Pulmonary Ventilation 1. a. The relationship between pressure and volume is known as _________ Law. b. Indicate the relationship with arrows below 1. volume ____ pressure 2. volume ____ pressure 2. Mark “I” for the muscles that control inspiration and “E” for the muscles which control forceful expiration. a. ____ Diaphragm b. ____ Internal intercostals c. ____ External oblique and rectus abdominus d. ____ External intercostals 3. Intrapulmonary pressure ____s ( or ) during inspiration. 4. a. What pressure is always negative and helps to keep the lungs inflated? ______________________ pressure b. It is most negative during _____________________. 5. a. If transpulmonary pressure equals zero, what will happen to the lungs?
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