Lecture32CheckList - defined Understand how the microanatomy of air tubes changes as one moves from bronchi to bronchioles to alveoli(e.g – what

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Biol 315 Lecture 32 Review Checklist Know the names of the first three orders of  bronchi  in the  conducting zone What prevents the trachea and bronchi from collapsing? What is  pleura ? What are its named parts? What is the  pleural sac Know the external features of the  lungs  ( lobes  and  fissures ). Be able to give a basic explanation of the mechanism of breathing  (ventilation). [Editor’s note: be sure you are able to compare  inspiration  vs.  expiration ].  How does a  pneumothorax  prevent inspiration from happening?  How is the  lung hilum  different from the  lung root How many  lobar bronchi  are in the right lung? In the left lung? How many  segmental bronchi  are in the right and left lungs, respectively? Why are they  called “segmental” bronchi? Define  bronchopulmonary segment .    In terms of size, how are  bronchioles
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Unformatted text preview: defined? Understand how the microanatomy of air tubes changes as one moves from bronchi to bronchioles to alveoli (e.g. – what happens to the cartilage and smooth muscle in the walls, what happens to the cilia, and what happens to the goblet cells in the epithelia?). How does asthma affect the structures in the walls of air tubes? Know the names of the air tubes in the respiratory zone (this is review from Lecture 31). What exactly is an alveolus ? What cell types are present in its wall? What is a dust cell and what does it do? What is surfactant and why is it important? How is surfactant related to breathing problems in premature babies? Know the three layers that make up the respiratory membrane ? What phenomenon occurs at this membrane?...
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