chapt09LectureOutlines

chapt09LectureOutlines - Remember: Use the "Study...

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1 REMINDER Remember : Use the “Study Questions” that appear before each chapter to guide your reading of the text material before coming to class.(see Schedule) Use the “Powerpoint handouts” to review what you read before class and what we covered in class. After studying ( repetition ) the material and when you believe you know and understand it – use the End-of-Chapter material to check your understanding. Also check your understanding by working in groups. . . .this can often be quite effective IF ….
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2 Chapter 9 Respiratory System Who is this? Tommy. What happened? Drowned Began CPR?
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3 Outline The Respiratory System The Upper Respiratory Tract The Lower Respiratory Tract Mechanism of Breathing Control of Ventilation Gas Exchanges in the Body Respiration and Health
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4 The Respiratory System Is another “circulatory system” (Webpage Concept Maps – “Circulatory Systems”). What is the primary function? Begins with breathing . . . During inspiration , or inhalation, air is conducted toward the lungs. During expiration , or exhalation, air is conducted away from the lungs. occurs 14-20 times per minute Ventilation – another term for breathing which includes inspiration and expiration.
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5 The Respiratory System The respiratory system works with the cardiovascular system to accomplish respiration at the following levels (in order from the outside in): Breathing . External respiration. Internal respiration. Cellular respiration. Cellular respiration . . . . .
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6 Cellular Respiration C 6 H 12 O 6 + 6 O 2 6H 2 O + 6CO 2 + 38 * ATP ( * Under perfect conditions!)
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7 The Respiratory Tract As air moves towards the lungs it is cleansed, warmed, and moistened. As air moves out during expiration, it cools and deposits moisture on the lining of the trachea and the nose.
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The Upper Respiratory Tract: The Nose The nose contains two nasal cavities separated by a septum that empty into the nasopharynx. Tear
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This note was uploaded on 01/17/2012 for the course BIOL 103 taught by Professor Robertwest during the Spring '12 term at Lee.

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chapt09LectureOutlines - Remember: Use the "Study...

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