Respiration - Transported to the lymph nodes (destroy)...

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The Respiratory System Respiratory  Apparatus Breathing Respt. Pressures Pulmonary Vent. Diffusion of Gases O 2  Transport CO 2  Transport Regulation of  Ventilation Respiratory  Clearance Nonrespiratory  functions Avian Respiration
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A. Pseudostratified epithelium B. Glands in lamina propria C. Glands in submucosa D. Cartilage E. Smooth muscle
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Gaseous Exchange in the lungs
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Unformatted text preview: Transported to the lymph nodes (destroy) Dissolved and transferred in solution (lymph or blood) Stimulate proliferation of connective tissue (sequestered, or isolated) (asbestosis, silicosis, anthracosis) Non-respiratory functions Panting: Cooling mechanism. Purring: Noted in some feline family. Alternated activation of diaphragm and intrinsic laryngeal muscles. Reason unknown (Happiness, sick, sleep, anger)...
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