Which nerves control pulmonary ventilation A somatic spinal nerves T2 C6 B

Which nerves control pulmonary ventilation a somatic

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75) Which nerves control pulmonary ventilation?A) somatic spinal nerves T2-C6B) somatic spinal nerves C3-C5C) vagus CN10 and thoracic sympathetic nervesD) accessory CN11E) pulmonary ventilation does not need nerve control - diaphragm contracts on its own1 points Save AnswerQuestion 7676) When the lungs and chest walls expand easily it is called ______
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1 points Save AnswerQuestion 7777) How many molecules of oxygen can one molecule of hemoglobin bind?
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1 points Save AnswerQuestion 7878) Oxygen and carbon dioxide move from air to blood and back by which process?1 points Save AnswerQuestion 79
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79) What is the main method of carbon dioxide transport in the blood?A) dissolved in plasma as gasB) bound to hemoglobinC) dissolved in plasma as bicarbonate ionD) bound to oxygenE) bound to erythrocyte plasma membrane1 points Save AnswerQuestion 8080) What is the function of airways/conducting zone?
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1 points Save AnswerQuestion 8181) Which structure closes the larynx when you swallow food or water?
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1 points Save AnswerQuestion 8282) The approximate volume of respiratory zone is ______ and volume of conducting zone is ______1 points Save AnswerQuestion 8383) What is not a part of respiratory membrane?
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A) simple squamous alveolar epitheliumB) basement membraneC) endothelium of blood capillaryD) cilia1 points Save AnswerQuestion 8484) What is the main function of surfactant?
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1 points Save AnswerQuestion 8585) What type of cells secrete surfactant?1 points Save AnswerQuestion 86
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86) Why is carbon monoxide toxic?1 points Save AnswerQuestion 87
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