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Lab 6 - B-228 Lab#6 EXERCISE 36 Anatomy of the Respiratory...

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B-228 - Lab #6 EXERCISE 36: Anatomy of the Respiratory System 1. pp. 537-548 Read & Know All bold terms 2.   p. 538 Fig. 36.1a, b Know All parts on head sagittal section 3. p. 539 Fig. 36.2a, b Know On model and sheep's larynx: hyoid bone, epiglottis, thyroid cartilage, cricoid cartilage, arytenoid cartilage, vocal cords (model only) 4.   p. 540 Fig. 36.3a, b Know All parts of lung and be able to locate on torso model 5.   p. 541 Fig. 36.4a, b Know All parts, no model 6. p. 542 Fig. 36.5a, b, c Know All parts on torso 7. pp. 543-544 Fig. 36.6a, b Fig. 36.7a, b Know Know Slide of trachea: hyaline cartilage, ciliated pseudostratified columnar epithelium, Goblet cells Slide of lung: alveoli, alveolar ducts, and bronchioles 8. pp. 545-548 Do Review sheet
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Exercise 36 Anatomy of the Respiratory System pp 537-548
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Anatomy of the  Respiratory System pg 537 4 Parts of Respiration 1.Pulmonary Ventilation Air into and out of lungs  also called  ventilation   or  breathing 1.External Respiration Gas exchange between the  blood and alveoli also  called  O2 loading/CO2  unloading 1.Transport of Respiratory  Gases  Transport of gases from  lungs to tissue cells  using blood as the  transport vehicle 1.Internal   Respiration Exchange of gasses  between blood and  tissue cells  O2  unloading/CO2  loading
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Upper Respiratory System Structures pp 537-540 Nose Pharynx Larynx
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Upper Respiratory  System Structures pp 537-540 Nose Function Warm, moisten, filter, resonate,  olfaction Anatomy External Nares  (Nostrils) Nasal Cavity  Nasal Septum  Nasal Conchae Paranasal Sinuses Frontal Sphenoid  Ehtmoid Maxillary Hard Palate Soft Palate
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