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Breathing Lungs The Nose Knows BloodTubes Misc.
The air sacs of the lungs are called? A 100
alveoli A 100
The large passageways leading into each lung are called? A 200
Bronchi A 200
Dust cells that wander in and out of the alveoli, picking up bacteria, carbon particles, and other debris are ? A 300
macrophages A 300
The serous membrane covering the surface of the lungs is called the? A 400
Visceral Pleura A 400
The central area between the two lungs that houses the heart, great blood vessels, bronchi, and esophagus is called the? A 500
Mediastinum A 500
The most important stimulus for breathing in a healthy person is the bodys need to rid itself of ______ in the blood. B 100
carbon dioxide B 100
A mechanism that clears the upper respiratory passages by exiting through the nasal cavity is called? B 200
a sneeze B 200
Normal quiet breathing moves about _____ mL of air into and out of the lungs with each breath. B 300
500 mL B 300
The respiratory movement representing the total amount of exchangeable air is the? B 400
Vital Capacity B 400
Air moving in and out of the lungs is called? B 500
Pulmonary ventilation B 500
What is another name for nostrils? C 100
Nares C 100
Air from the nasal cavity enters the superior portion of the pharynx called the? C 200
nasopharynx C 200
Give one of the functions of the paranasal sinuses. C 300
1.They lighten the skull 2.They act as resonance chambers for speech 3.They produce mucus C 300
DAILY DOUBLE C 400 DAILY DOUBLE Place A Wager
The nasal cavity is separated from the oral cavity by? C 400
the hard and soft palate C 400
What is present inside the nasal cavity that traps and filters out unwanted bacteria and debris? C 500
mucus C 500
What term refers to an inadequate blood flow to a part of the body? D 100
Ischemia D 100
Which term refers to the deprivation of an adequate oxygen supply? D 200
Hypoxia D 200
The lipid molecule that prevents lung collapse in each alveolar sac is called? D 300
Surfactant D 300
The oxygen transporting molecule in the blood is called? D 400
hemoglobin D 400
Exchange of both oxygen and carbon dioxide through the respiratory membrane occurs by what mechanism? D 500
diffusion D 500
The opening between the vocal chords is called the ? E 100
glottis E 100
The throat is also known as the ? E 200
Pharynx E 200
The mucosa-lined windpipe that extends from the larynx to the 5 th thoracic vertebra is called? E 300
Trachea E 300
The C-shaped rings that reinforce the trachea are constructed of _____ cartilage. E 400
Hyaline Cartilage E 400
The flap of elastic cartilage that protects the opening of the larynx is called? E 500
Epiglottis E 500
Following the removal of the larynx, a person would be unable to do what? F 100
speak F 100
F 200 Which structures in the trachea beat continually and propel contaminated mucus up and out of the airways?
cilia F 200
When oxygen enters the respiratory system, what is the next structure after the trachea that air passes through? F 300
bronchi F 300
The walls of the alveoli are composed largely of which kind of tissue? F 400
simple squamous epithelium F 400
When we inhale, our lung volume ____ () and our lung pressure ____ (). F 500
Lung volume, and lung pressure. F 500
The Final Jeopardy Category is: Breathing Please record your wager. Click on screen to begin
Name the muscles that contract so we can inspire air? Click on screen to continue
Intercostals and the Diaphragm Click on screen to continue
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