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Which Lung is Larger? A.Right B.Left
Which Structure separates the external nares? A.Conchae B.Septum C.Mucous Membranes D.Sinuses
Men have deeper voices due to… A.Increase Air resistance in the nasal conchae B.Denser Cartilage around the Larynx C.Stronger musculature D.All of the Above
The “Throat” is also known as… A.Larynx B.Pharynx C.Esophagus D.Trachea
The Primary function of the Nasal Cavity is to _____ air A.Purify B.Warm C.Humidify D.All of the Above E.A and B only
The structure which determines the direction of food or air flow is the… A.Larynx B.Pharynx C.Epiglottis D.Uvula
The primary function of the “C” ring cartilage of the Trachea is to… A.Decrease Air Resistance B.Prevent the Trachea from collapsing C.Swallowing D.Purification
The membrane which surrounds the Lungs is the… A.Peritoneum B.Pericardium C.Pleural Sac D.Something else that starts with “P”
Oxygen moves in which direction? A.Alveoli Blood B.Blood Alveoli C.Alveoli Pleural Space D.Blood Trachea
The only site of gaseous exchange occurs at the… A.Alveoli B.Bronchioles C.Trachea D.All of the above
Which form of respiration is characterized by the following? - Pressure Increases - Volume Decreases - Diaphragm moves Inferiorly - Rib Cage contracts A.Inspiration B.Expiration C.Neither
Oxygen and Carbon Dioxide Exchange are characterized by… A.Simple Diffusion B.Facilitated Diffusion C.Active Transport D.All of the Above E.A and C only
The amount of air a person can exhale beyond normal respiration is known as A.ERV B.IRV C.RV D.FRC
Total Lung Capacity is the summation of… A.IRV – ERV – RV B.IRV – FRC – RV C.IRV – ERV –RV –TV D.TV – IRV – ERV - FRC
Which lung capacity is greater in terms of milliliters? A.ERV B.TV C.IRV D.RV
This is an image of… A.Trachea B.Epiglottis C.Larynx D.Esophagus
This image represents… A.Trachea B.Larynx C.Epiglottis D.Esophagus
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