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Unformatted text preview: Shier, Butler, and Lewis: Hole’s Human Anatomy and Physiology, 10 th ed. Chapter 19: Respiratory System Chapter 19: Respiratory System I. Introduction A. The respiratory system consists of__________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________ B. Respiration is called_____________________________________________________ C. Respiration consists of___________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________ D. Ventilation is___________________________________________________________ E. External respiration is____________________________________________________ F. Internal respiration is_____________________________________________________ G. Cellular respiration is____________________________________________________ II. Why We Breathe A. Respiration enables cells to________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________ B. Without oxygen as a final electron acceptor, much energy_______________________ _________________________________________________________________________ C. A metabolic waste of respiration is__________________________________________ D. Carbon dioxide, when it reacts with water, forms__________________________which contributes to the pH of______________________________________________________ E. Too much carbon dioxide will lower_________________________________________ F. ________________________________________________________________explain why we must obtain oxygen and get rid of carbon dioxide. III. Organs of the Respiratory System A. Introduction 1. The upper respiratory tract includes___________________________________ 2. The lower respiratory tract includes___________________________________ B. Nose 1. The nose is supported internally by____________________________________ 19-1 2. Nostrils are_______________________________________________________ 3. Internal hairs of nostrils prevent______________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________ C. Nasal Cavity 1. The nasal cavity is_________________________________________________ 2. The nasal septum is________________________________________________ 3. The nasal cavity is separated from the cranial cavity by____________________ ___________________ and from the oral cavity by________________________ 4. Nasal conchae are located________________________________________and divide the nasal cavity into_____________________________________________ 5. Nasal conchae function to___________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________ 6. The lining of the upper portion of the nasal cavity contains_________________ ___________________________________________________________________ 7. Most of the nasal cavity conducts air___________________________________ 8. The mucous membrane lining the nasal cavity contains____________________...
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This note was uploaded on 07/22/2011 for the course PTA 1001 taught by Professor Rice during the Spring '11 term at South University Online.

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