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Lab Homework - Exercise36Homework AnatomyofRespiratorySystem

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Exercise 36 Homework Anatomy of Respiratory System  Answer the following questions and submit it the next lab session. What is the function of the epiglottis cartilage? Which vocal cord attach to the arytenoid cartilage posteriorly? Which cartilage in the larynx has a complete ring? Which cartilage forms the Adam’s apple. name two functions of the nasal mucosa. The rings of the trachea are incomplete posteriorly, what is the significance of that? Trace a molecule of Oxygen from the external nareses to the pulmonary capillaries of the lungs. Define pulmonary ventilation. Define external respiration. Define internal respiration. Define cellular respiration Define dead space Why oxygen moves from the alveoli into the pulmonary capillaries? The upper respiratory system structures are The lower respiratory system structures are List the paranasal sinuses and their functions The hard palate separates the __________ cavity from the ___________ cavity . what is the function of the soft palate 1
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Cleft palate is; The Pharynx is commonly called Which primary bronchus is wider, shorter, and more vertical; the left or the right? What type of epithelium you will find in the trachea. What is the function of the cilia in the trachea? The left primary bronchus divides into how many secondary bronchi? The right primary bronchus divides into how many secondary bronchi? List the three parts of the respiratory zone. The conducting zone includes. list two functions of reparatory system Which tonsil located in the Oropharynx? Nasopharynx lies posterior to what What is the functions of the Nasopharynx The Oropharynx lies posterior to what What is the function of Oropharynx Which tonsil located in the Oropharynx The vocal cords are attached posterolaterlly to which cartilage Name the two layers that enclose the lungs What are the layers of the respiratory membrane 2
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Respiratory System Physiology  Answer all the following questions and submit it the next lab session What is the definition of inspiration Name the inspiratory muscles Summarize the process of inspiration and mention whether it is active or passive process What is the definition of expiration Name the expiratory muscles Summarize the process of expiration mention whether it is active or passive process What is auscultation Describe bronchial sounds, and where you can here the sounds Describe vesicular sounds, and where you can here the sounds Describe rales. What is wheezing Tidal volume (TV) o Definition o Normal value Inspiratory reserve volume (IRV) o Definition o Normal value Expiratory reserve volume (ERV) o Definition o Normal value o Reduced in COPD such as emphysema, why? 3
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Lab Homework - Exercise36Homework AnatomyofRespiratorySystem

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