chapt09respiratory

chapt09respiratory - – active 2 Expiration – passive...

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Chapter 9 Respiratory System
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Overview of the respiratory system 9.1 The respiratory system
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What is the pathway that air follows? nose pharynx larynx trachea bronchi bronchioles alveoli 8.1 Overview of digestion
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What constitutes the upper respiratory tract? Nose Pharynx Larynx 9.2 The upper respiratory tract
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The nose 9.2 The upper respiratory tract
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The pharynx 9.2 The upper respiratory tract
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The larynx 9.2 The upper respiratory tract
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What constitutes the lower respiratory tract? Trachea Bronchial tree Lungs 9.3 The lower respiratory tract
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The trachea 9.3 The lower respiratory tract
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The bronchial tree 9.3 The lower respiratory tract
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The lungs 9.3 The lower respiratory tract
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The alveoli 9.3 The lower respiratory tract
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Two phases of breathing/ventilation 1. Inspiration
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Unformatted text preview: – active 2. Expiration – passive 9.4 Mechanism of breathing Inspiration 9.4 Mechanism of breathing Expiration 9.4 Mechanism of breathing Different volumes of air during breathing • Tidal volume • Vital capacity • Inspiratory and expiratory reserve volume • Residual volume 9.4 Mechanism of breathing nervous system controls breathing 9.5 Control of ventilation chemically controlled breathing 9.5 Control of ventilation Upper respiratory tract infections • Sinusitis • Tonsillitis • Laryngitis 9.7 Respiration and health Lower respiratory tract disorders • Pneumonia • Tuberculosis • Pulmonary fibrosis • Emphysema • Asthma • Lung cancer 9.7 Respiration and health...
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This note was uploaded on 10/01/2011 for the course ENGLISH 01 taught by Professor Canada during the Spring '11 term at UCSB.

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