Respiratory system

Respiratory system - + The Respiratory System By: Roy Lan...

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4/1/11 + Definition of the Respiratory System n Respiratory System- The breathing system that includes the lungs and the air passages (trachea or "windpipe," larynx, mouth, and nose) to the air outside . .. A Picture of the Respiratory System The main parts to the Lungs: Trachea, Main Bronchus, and Bronchioles.
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4/1/11 + What is the Respiratory System? n The respiratory system is just a fancy name for the parts of your body that help you take in oxygen or in other words breathe. It fuels your body with oxygen so that it can function properly. It also does more than just let you breathe, it also allows you to talk. It does this by moving air through the Larynx and the Pharynx. This is the Larynx This is the Pharynx
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4/1/11 + How does Breathing Occur? n Breathing occurs when you inhale air. The air goes through your respiratory system and the oxygen goes to your red blood cells. It then combines with the sugar in your body and turns into carbon dioxide, water, and
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This note was uploaded on 03/31/2011 for the course BIOLOGY 112 taught by Professor Drbrooks during the Spring '08 term at U. Memphis.

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