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Respiratory Jeopardy! Components of the Respiratory System Conditions of the Respiratory System Head of the Class Breathing Capacities Three Syllable Words.

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1 Respiratory Jeopardy! Components of the Respiratory System Conditions of the Respiratory System Head of the Class Breathing Capacities Three Syllable Words

2 This structure is shared by your digestive tract and is also called your throat

3 This contains your true and false vocal cords and is also called your voicebox

4 This structure is supported by tracheal cartilages

5 These passage ways lead into your respiratory passageways

6 This is the site where gas exchange occurs

7 Excess amounts of this causes a ‘runny nose’

8 This condition is characterized by the constricting of the bronchioles, making it hard to breathe

9 Answer: Daily Double! Your Wager…. This condition is life threatening and caused by a blood clot in a blood vessel in your lung

10 This is the most common bacterial disease in the world, affecting about ¼ of the population of the world

11 Common in newborns, this disease is caused by little or no surfactant in the lungs

12 This is the entrance to the respiratory system

13 This cavity lies anterior to your oral cavity

14 This separates your nasal cavity in two

15 ANSWER: Daily Double.. Your wager… This makes up the floor of the nasal cavity

16 This sits at the back of the hard palate

17 Pulmonary ventilation is a fancy name for this

18 Amount of air moved into or out of the lungs during a single respiratory cycle

19 Amount of air that could be voluntarily expelled at the end of a respiratory cycle Amount of air that can be voluntarily expelled at the end of every respiratory cycle

20 Amount of air that can be taken in over and above the resting tidal volume

21 Amount of air that remains in the lungs even after maximum exhalation Amount of air that remains in your lungs even after a maximal exhalation

22 Bronchi are considered to be these when the diameter reaches 1 mm

23 These roam the surfaces of your lungs too keep debris out

24 This passageway has a diameter between 0.3 and 0.5 mm

25 This is an indication of the resilience and ability to expand the lungs

26 Coat the surfaces of your alveoli

27 Final Jeopardy Category: Internal Respiration Your Wager……

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31 Answer: This is the first step in internal respiration


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