Human head and neck Accessory nasal cartilages

Respiratory System A. FunctionsRespiratory System A. Functions
Each side is further divided into sections by the superior, middle, and inferior. Accessory nasal cartilages
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The Respiratory SystemThe Respiratory System
The r s consist of organs that exchange gases between atmosphere and blood. These organs are 1-nose 2-pharynx 3-larynx 4-trachea 5-brochi 6-lungs. Accessory nasal cartilages
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Functional Anatomy of the Respiratory System The Nose and Paranasal SinusesFunctional Anatomy of the Respiratory System The Nose and Paranasal Sinuses
The nose provides an airway for respiration; moistens, warms, filters and cleans incoming air; provides a resonance chamber for speech; houses olfactory receptors. Accessory nasal cartilages
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Objectives Functional Anatomy of the Respiratory SystemObjectives Functional Anatomy of the Respiratory System
Identify the organs forming the respiratory passageway(s) in descending order until the alveoli are reached. Accessory nasal cartilages
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Anatomy & Physiology Lecture Chapter 22 Respiratory SystemAnatomy & Physiology Lecture Chapter 22 Respiratory System
The major role of this system is to supply body tissues with and dispose of. Accessory nasal cartilages
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Respiratory zone of the tract includes the delicate bronchioles and air sacs, also called alveoliRespiratory zone of the tract includes the delicate bronchioles and air sacs, also called alveoli
Se, pharynx, and associated structures. These passageways also filter, warm, and humidify the air, protecting the more fragile conduction and exchange surfaces of the lower respiratory system from debris and pathogens. Accessory nasal cartilages
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The respiratory systemThe respiratory system
Cells need a continuous supply of oxygen for the metabolic reactions that release energy from nutrient molecules and produce atp. Oxygen is the final electron acceptor in oxidative phosphorylation. Accessory nasal cartilages
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