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Pulmonary surfactant is produced by:Question 312 out of 2 pointsDuring inhalation the diaphragm:
Question 320 out of 2 pointsIntrapleural pressure is the pressure:Question 330 out of 2 pointsIn external respiration, the partial pressures are:Question 342 out of 2 pointsThe air pressure within the bronchial tree and alveoli is called:Question 352 out of 2 pointsThe function of most cartilage in the respiratory tract is to:
Question 362 out of 2 pointsThe function of the soft palate is to: Question 372 out of 2 pointsDuring swallowing, the larynx is covered by the: Question 382 out of 2 pointsThe air pressure outside the body is called:
Question 392 out of 2 pointsMucus and pathogens are swept out of the larynx and trachea by: Question 400 out of 2 pointsThe "work" required for normal breathing is:Question 412 out of 2 pointsIntrapulmonic pressure is the pressure:Question 422 out of 2 pointsThe volume of air left in the lungs after the most forceful exhalation is called: