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Set up Cornell Notes on pg. 55 Topic: 30.1 Respiratory Functions Essential Question: 1. On pg. 54 make a respiratory system tree map describing the functions of each… Nose & mouth Epiglottis Trachea Lungs Bronchi Bronchioles Alveoli 2.1 Atoms, Ions, and Molecules 30.1 Respiratory Functions KEY CONCEPT The respiratory and circulatory systems bring oxygen and nutrients to the cells.
Chapter 29 test was out of 20, not 21 “When talking about the endocrine system, negative feedback inhibition means that an increase in a certain hormone will _________” –decrease the manufacturing of that same hormone “Which of the following BEST describes the pathway of an impulse in the reflex action that moves a hand away from a heat source?” –REFLEX ACTION –Sensory neurons in the hand --> interneurons in the spinal cord --> motor neurons in the hand –Most people picked: “sensory neurons in the hand --> interneurons in the brain --> motor neurons in the hand
Imagine that you have just been running or exercising strenuously. Please give examples of what happens to your body. How do you feel? Heart? Lungs? Chest?
30.1 Respiratory and Circulatory Functions Word Bank: Lungs Epiglottis Bronchioles Nose Trachea Alveoli Diaphragm Bronchi Mouth Practice Test 1. 8. 9.
KEY CONCEPT The respiratory and circulatory systems bring oxygen and nutrients to the cells. 30.1 Respiratory Functions
nose sinus mouth epiglottis trachea lungs The respiratory system is where gas exchange occurs. –What are the gases involved with the respiratory system?
–picks up oxygen from inhaled air –expels carbon dioxide and water
The respiratory system moves gases into and out of the blood. It is the only place where gases in the blood are exchanged with gases from the atmosphere
What happens when areas of the body do not get oxygen? What happens when a tourniquet is put on?
Breathing involves the diaphragm and muscles of the rib cage. Air flows from areas of high pressure to low pressure. Air inhaled. Muscles contract and rib cage expands. Diaphragm flattens and moves downward. Air exhaled. Muscles and rib cage relax. Diaphragm relaxes and rises.
Nose and mouth are entry points Epiglottis regulates airflow into the trachea- and keeps food from blocking the airways Trachea is the major airway to the lungs Lungs are organs that absorb oxygen and exhale carbon dioxide Bronchi are bronchioles are airways to the alveoli **Alveoli are main sites of gas exchange; absorb oxygen Functions of the parts of the respiratory system
30.1 Respiratory and Circulatory Functions nose epiglottis trachea bronchi bronchioles diaphragm alveoli 1. 8. 9. lungs mouth
bronchiole alveoli Bronchi or Bronchus Draw and label the parts of the lungs on the bottom of pg 55 trachea
Hypothesize… Why does your breathing change when you are exercising?
30.2 Respiration and Gas Exchange Review your tree map with your table. bronchi alveoli bronchioles