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Practice Exam/Anatomy and Physiology II Chapter 23- The Respiratory System Choose the single best answer to each question. 1) Which of the following is NOT considered part of the respiratory system? A) nose B) mouth C) throat D) larynx E) trachea 2) Which of the following classifications of respiratory structures is correctly described? A) structural, upper respiratory system: nose, pharynx and associated structures B) structural, lower respiratory system: larynx, trachea, bronchi, lungs C) functional, conducting portion: interconnecting cavities and tubes outside and within the lungs D) functional847, Respiratory portion: tissues within the lungs where gas exchange occurs E) All of these are correct. 3) Nolan “caught” a sharply hit baseball with his face and now his nose is broken. Which of the following are external structures that have probably been damaged? A) maxilla, nasal, frontal bones B) septal, lateral and alar cartilages C) ethmoid bone and inferior nasal conchae D) A and B are correct. E) A, B and C are correct. 4) Which of the following is a function of the external nose? A) modifying speech vibrations B) detecting gustatory sensations C) cooling and drying air entering the respiratory system D) A and B are correct. E) A, B and C are correct. 5) The internal nose
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B) communicates anteriorly with the pharynx. C) receives drainage from the paranasal sinuses. D) is divided horizontally by the nasal septum. E) is divided into lateral, medial, and frontal meatuses. 6) Which of the following is NOT correct? A) The olfactory epithelium lies in a mucous membrane covering the inferior nasal conchae. B) Hairs in the nasal vestibule help remove large particles from the air. C) Conchae and their meatuses increase surface area and help moisten entering air. D) Mucus in the nasal cavity helps moisten air and removes smaller dust particles. E) Most of the air inhaled does not directly enter the paranasal sinuses. 7) The pharynx A) begins at the external nares. B) is a tube lined with a mucous membrane. C) is usually called the voice box or Adam’s apple. D) and ends at the epiglottis. E) is a tube composed of smooth muscle. 8) Which portion of the pharynx communicates with the internal nares and Eustachian tubes? A) laryngopharynx B) oropharynx C) nasopharynx D) A and B are correct. E) A, B and C are correct. 9) Which of the following is correctly described? A) nasopharynx: usually receives only air, helps equalize pressure in inner ear B) oropharynx: receives food and air, contains palatine and lingual tonsils C) laryngopharynx: receives only food, lined with ciliated pseudostratified columnar epithelium D) A and B are correct. E) A, B and C are correct.
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This note was uploaded on 12/07/2010 for the course BIO 2 taught by Professor Holtz during the Summer '09 term at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College.

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