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Unformatted text preview: 14d. 20d. 16d. c s b a t i l e 19d. 3a. l u n g c r 17a. v e n u l e i n a 21d. 17d. u 13d. u s 5a. c a r d i o p u l m o n a 6a. m u c o s a e 15d. a u r g a s l b l p a a o u e l t n 8a. t h o r a x c 9a. u d i a r i t v e o 11a. i o n i x o t i n 12a. o x y g 22d. 23d. d 14a. p a l a t e 18d. h o j a b e r e j y u 15a. i n h a l a t i o n x u m 1a. enlargement of the heart 2a. blood vessel that carries oxygen-rich blood away from the heart 3a. organ of respiration that contain alveoli 4a. process by which digested food nutrients move through villi of the small intestine into the blood 5a. pertaining to the heart and the lung 6a. it produces mucus 7a. two lower chambers of the heart 8a. bony cage of the sternum and ribs that surrounds the lung 9a. muscular wall of the heart 10a. pertaining to a normal rate and rhythm of breathing 11a. a positively or negatively charged atom 12a. blood that contains high levels of oxygen 13a. formed, solid waste composed of undigested food fibers and water that is eliminated from the b13a....
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This note was uploaded on 12/01/2010 for the course HCA 220 HCA 220 taught by Professor Latriciam.carter; during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.
- Spring '10