Laryngeal Pix_functions

Laryngeal Pix_functions - to forcefully expell foreign...

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Biological Function: to act as a valve to prevent air from escaping the lungs, e.g. weightlifting to prevent foreign substances from entering the lungs, trachea and glottis, e.g. while swallowing, the epiglottis covers the opening to the larynx.
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Unformatted text preview: to forcefully expell foreign substances which threaten the trachea, e.g. coughing Non-Biological Function: the production of sound...
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