2014 Week 08 Ex50, 65.pptx

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BIOL 2014 Anatomy & Physiology II Lab Ex. 50 – Respiratory Organs Ex. 65 – Fetal Pig Dissection: Respiratory System
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Respiratory Organs (Ex. 50) Inhale oxygen; exhale carbon dioxide Breathing (pulmonary ventilation) Nose, nasal cavity, paranasal sinuses, pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchial tree O 2 & CO 2 exchange In lungs = External respiration At tissues = Internal respiration Tubes remain open due to smooth muscle Goblet cells secrete mucus
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Respiratory System Fig. 50.1
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Upper Respiratory System, Sagittal Fig. 50.2
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Upper Respiratory System, Sagittal Fig. 50.2
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Larynx Fig. 50.3
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Larynx, Superior Via laryngoscope Fig. 50.4
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Lower Respiratory System, Anterior Fig. 50.5 Bronchiole & blood vessels 3 Right; 2 Lef
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Trachea Histology Fig. 50.6, 50.7; Slide #40
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Respiratory & Cardiovascular System Fig. 50.8
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Lung Histology Fig. 50.9, 50.10; Slide #16
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Fetal Pig Dissection: Respiratory System (Ex. 65) Nares = nostrils Rostrum = snout Vocal folds = vocal cords Mediastinum Separates right from lef lungs & pleural cavities
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Oral Cavity w/ Tongue Posterior, Ventral
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