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Tobacco - Inside the Body ©Photographs courtesy of Manchester University Pathology Department This Powerpoint is hosted on www.worldofteaching.com Please visit for 1000+ free powerpoints
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Human female chromosome map (XX). Alcohol and  nicotine addiction may be in the genes (1)
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There is accumulation of carbon (smoke) within the  walls of these air sacs in the lungs. This makes the air  sacs inelastic and it is difficult for air to get out of the  lungs  (Emphysema) (9)
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Clubbing of the fingers is a common condition which  may indicate cancers, liver diseases and lung disease  (16) 
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Clubbed fingers - a sign of heart disease (21)
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Focal dust emphysema is commonest in cigarette  smokers and coal miners.The black colour in this lung is  due to cigarette smoke (22)
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Cells lining the bronchus- here there are no cilia- they  have been damaged by the nicotine  (23)
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Cells lining the bronchus the large nuclei are in  cancerous cells spreading along the bronchus (24)
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Lung tissue blackened by smoke and showing large  spaces due to emphysema (25)
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Emphysema- these large spaces are due to the  breakdown of the air sacs in the lungs (26)
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air sacs)  and the picture on the right is of normal lung. (27)
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This note was uploaded on 11/23/2011 for the course BIO 100 taught by Professor Robinson during the Fall '08 term at BYU.

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