Immune-%20repro%20-%20respiration

Immune-%20repro%20-%20respiration - 3. (10 pt) Fill in the...

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3. (10 pt) Fill in the blanks Ventilation of the lungs requires negative pressure that results from contraction of this muscle ________________________. Incoming air is partially cleansed of dust and bacteria by _______________________________________________. The primary control center for regulation of respiration is located where? ______________________________________. Two stimulators of respiration rate (involuntary) are ______________________________________ and ________________________________________________. The purpose of a cough is to ____________________________________________. A variety of lung abnormalities can interfere with respiration. Match the abnormality with the correct disease and place the appropriate letter in the blank. ____ Lack of surfactant ____ bronchiole constriction ____ reduced alveolar surface area ____ increased thickness of the exchange barrier a. emphysema b. Asthma or heaves c. Pulmonary edema d. Respiratory distress syndrome 4. (10 pt). Starting in the alveoli, discuss the mechanisms for oxygen delivery to cells and carbon
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This note was uploaded on 02/26/2012 for the course ANSC 230 taught by Professor Scottmills during the Fall '11 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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