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Nov9_Respiratory2 - ventilation...

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Compare properties of water and air that make ventilation and diffusion different for  air-breathing organisms when compared to those breathing in water Compare and contrast positive-pressure ventilation with negative-pressure  ventilation Identify the tracheae, bronchi, bronchioles and alveoli on a diagram Explain what terms of Fick’s law can be changed by natural selection on anatomy  and physiology, and which cannot. Describe how the number and thickness of lung alveoli increase acquisition of the  inputs of cellular respiration Describe the role of the diaphragm in negative pressure ventilation Explain why negative-pressure ventilation with a muscular diaphragm might be  considered an adaptation to a more active lifestyle in mammals Compare and contrast the anatomy and function of capillaries, arteries, arterioles,  and veins. Relate the anatomy of arteries and veins to the pressure of blood they carry
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