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Voicing 1 The larynx We begin this chapter by studying the larynxVoicing 1 The larynx We begin this chapter by studying the larynx
We begin this chapter by studying the larynx. The larynx has several very important functions in speech, but before we can look at these functions we must examine its anatomy and physiology that is, how it is constructed and how it works. Glottis
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The Respiratory SystemThe Respiratory System
The cardiovascular system provides the link between the interstitial fluids and the exchange surfaces of the lungs. Glottis
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Frog Anatomy Final Study Guide Answer Key Final Analysis QuestionsFrog Anatomy Final Study Guide Answer Key Final Analysis Questions
List the structures, state what they are, where they are located and give the function. Glottis
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A & p 2 –Unit 7 Review & Practice Questions Mary Stangler Center for AcademicA & p 2 –Unit 7 Review & Practice Questions Mary Stangler Center for Academic
This review is meant to highlight basic concepts from uni It does not cover all concepts presented by your instructor. Refer back to your notes, unit objectives, labs, handouts, etc to further prepare for your exam. Glottis
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Human Voice Most of the soundHuman Voice Most of the sound
We produce sound to express emotion, mental imagery, and language. Human voice is the most natural form of communication involved with environmental and situational reality. Actually a spoken word has more meaning than its explanation in. Glottis
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Basic Acoustics When an object such as tuning fork is vibrating, we hear the sound because ‘sound waves’ are transmitted to our ear through the medium of air moleculesBasic Acoustics When an object such as tuning fork is vibrating, we hear the sound because ‘sound waves’ are transmitted to our ear through the medium of air molecules
The pressure wave (the alternation of compression and rarefaction of air pressure) is transmitted away from the source as time proceeds. Glottis
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Articulation 5 – Phonation types The activity of the vocal cords/foldsArticulation 5 – Phonation types The activity of the vocal cords/folds
The activity of the vocal cords/folds: The vocal cords may or may not be activated/ vibrated by the expelled air. The sounds, accordingly, fall into the categories of either voiced or voiceless. Glottis
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Dissection of the Frog Words to knowDissection of the Frog Words to know
Identify the eyes, which have a non-moveable upper and lower lid, but can be covered with a nictitating membrane, which serves to moisten the eye. Glottis
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Major Class FeaturesMajor Class Features
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