Unformatted text preview: Circulatory and Respiratory System Review Label the following diagrams: A: __________________________ B: ___________________________ C: __________________________ D: ___________________________ E: ___________________________ F: __________________________ G: __________________________ A: ______________________________ B: ______________________________ C: _____________________________ D: ______________________________ E: _____________________________ F: ______________________________ Complete the following: 1. Which structure in the airway prevents food and liquid from entering the lungs? 2. The two body systems that work together to provide oxygen to the body cells are: 3. The basic unit of living tissue is called: 4. The process of breathing is known as: 5. Blood vessels that carry oxygenated blood from the heart to the body: 6. Which structure is not located in or part of the thoracic cavity? a) the liver b) the rib cage c) the heart d) the lungs 7. The process of breathing is also known as: _____________________________________________________________________________________ ...
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- Fall '16
- Science, Case Review, airway prevents, basic unit
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