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Kathryn Doran Lab 2 #1 The anatomical set up of the respiratory system is as follows… there is the right lung, which is slightly larger than the left lung. The right lung also has a horizontal fissure which gives way to a middle lobe. Both the left and right lung have an oblique fissure which separates the upper/superior lobe from the lower/inferior lobe and makes different lung segments. The top of the lung where it is pointed is the apex and the concave bottom is called the base. The trachea goes through your neck and separates into bronchi; the mainstem bronchi connects the trachea
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  • Fall '19
  • Vertebrate trachea, oblique fissure

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