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Biol 315 Lecture 31 Review Checklist Know the functions of the respiratory system. What named passageways and air tubes make up the  conducting zone  of  the respiratory system? Why is it called “conducting”? What named air tubes make up the  respiratory zone  of the respiratory  system? Why is it called “respiratory”? Know the boundaries of the  nasal cavities  (i.e., what is superior to it? What  is inferior? What is posterior?). What are the names of the entrance  (anterior) and exit (posterior) to the nasal cavities? What separates the two  nasal cavities? How is this structure constructed? What are  vibrissae What are the names of the three  conchae  and  meatuses ? What are their  functions? In what parts of the nasal cavities are they located? Why is the  term “ turbinate ” sometimes used instead of concha?  What tube opens into  the inferior meatus? What are the names of the 
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