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E.Alveoli are air-filled structures at the end of the lung airway tree that are entirelyresponsible for volume expansion AND the exchange of oxygen/carbon dioxide.
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2. Multiple Choice (20 points, 4 points each)Read each question carefully and write the most appropriate answer in the space provided___a___A. Laminar flow is characterized by
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___c___C. Emphysema involves a loss of connective tissue in the alveolar wall. Thisresults in the following
___d___B. The elastic recoil of the chest wall
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___c___E. The following are true for surface tension in the lung alveoliEXCEPT:
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