6 CRASH COURSE 6 Lower respiratory 7 Two openings in the nose nares 8 Reduces

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6 CRASH COURSE 6. Lower respiratory: 7. Two openings in the nose : nares 8. Reduces surface tension in the alveoli .: surfactant 9. Air-filled cavities that surround the nose : sinuses
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7 CRASH COURSE 10. is any lung disorder characterized by a long term airway obstruction : COPD 11. is an infection of the lungs : pneumonia 12. High levels of carbon dioxide cause the pH of the cerebrospinal fluid to: decrease 13. The most common forms of COPD are ______________________________ and chronic bronchitis: emphysema 14. The amount of air that can be inhaled immediately after a normal inspiration is : IRV 15. The amount of air that never leaves the lungs is the : residual volume 16. Lungs 17. Alveoli
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8 CRASH COURSE 18. vocal cords
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9 CRASH COURSE 19. Which of the following may cause pneumonia? Virus bacteria fungus 20. What is the shape of the cartilaginous rings in the trachea? c-shaped 21. Which of the following keeps food out of the trachea? Epiglottis 22. nasal cavities
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10 CRASH COURSE 23. trachea
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11 CRASH COURSE 24. larynx 25 tonsils 26The main site of gas exchange in the lungs is the: alveoli 27 In the ____, oxygen diffuses into the blood: alveoli 28 During inspiration, the diaphragm: flattens
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12 CRASH COURSE 29. The need to clear dust or other debris from the lower respiratory tract causes you to: cough 30. In ____, air is continuously moved into and out of the lungs: pulmonary ventilation 31. Inspiration: breathing in 32. Expiration: breathing out 33 . External intercostals : elevates ribs 34. Internal intercostal : depresses ribs 35. Air pressure in lungs 36. Hemoglobin : An iron-containing protein in red blood cells that reversibly binds oxygen. 37. Eupenea: normal breathing 38. Hyperventilation: the condition of taking abnormally fast, deep breaths
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  • Spring '16
  • Thomas
  • Digestive System, respiratory tract

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