Lab 6. Respiratory System18 ptsDescription: Instructions You will be instructed to complete a simple demonstration – follow the procedure below and answer the questions in the lab. It is suggested you print this sheet and respond to the questions here. Please upload a SINGLE file to the course site with your answers. You should only submit pages 4-6 of this document. Objectives 6.1 Identify, describe and state function for each of the following structures of the respiratory system: nasal cavities, sinuses, pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchi, lungs, pleural membranes, pulmonary blood vessels, and diaphragm.6.6 Explain how the blood transports oxygen and carbon dioxide6.8 Describe the major functions of the respiratory system and explain how the respiratory system relates to other body systems to maintain homeostasis. MaterialsDrinking Straws (3 total)Small BalloonTap WaterPROCEDUREPart 1 Take a moment to review the partial schematic of the respiratory system below. Identify the following: the larynx, the trachea, main bronchi, secondary bronchi, tertiary bronchi.1BIOL-216Today we will be conducting a few exercises that will allow us to explore the importance and the function of the Respiratory system.
All of the structures that you were asked to identify above serve a function – to deliver air to therespiratory membrane. Air is conducted to the respiratory membrane, but no gas exchange occurs here.2BIOL-216
Pause: Complete Lab Questions to Part 1Answer the questions at the end of this lab document.Part 2 ** Note – if you have been diagnosed with a respiratory illness, or if at any time in the following demonstration you feel uncomfortable, stop the demonstration.** Place your three straws into your mouth, and breath slowly and steadily through the straws.