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Trachea tube connecting throat to bronchial tubes

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Trachea: tube connecting throat to bronchial tubes, large membranous tube reinforced by rings of cartilage, windpipe Pharynx: membrane lined tube or cavity behind the nose and mouth, connecting them to the esophagus Oral cavity: lips, inside lining of lips and cheeks, teeth, gums, front of tongue, floor of mouth, below tongue, and bony roof of mouth Nasal cavity: large air filled space above and behind the nose, to inhale air we breathe 2 points 1. Watch the video of the artificial lung demonstration, 2. Construct your artificial lung 3. Take a picture of the completed lung to upload with your Lab Report. 1 point What was does the plastic bottle represent? The chest cavity 1 point What does the balloon represent? The lungs
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ARTIFICIAL LUNG DEMONSTRATION LAB REPORT 1 point What does the disposable glove represent? The diaphragm 2 points What happens when you push the glove up into the plastic bottle? – What action does this model? When I push the glove up into the plastic bottle, the balloon deflates. This is modelling the action of exhaling. 2 points What happens when you pull the glove down from the plastic bottle? – What action does this model? When I pull the glove down from the plastic bottle the balloon inflates. This models the action of inhaling. 2 points What was most surprising or interesting thing you learned making your own lung model? What was most surprising/interesting for me was learning that the lungs don’t actually work alone, doing all the breathing, the diaphragm and the whole respiratory system works along with it.
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  • Fall '17
  • Vertebrate trachea, Human Respiratory System

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