Biochem - 20 - resperatory

  1. Pneumothorax
    Collapsed lungs
  2. Pnemonia
    Aveoli become filled with fluid or inflamed
  3. Tonsillitis
    An infection of the tonsils located in pharynx
  4. Residual volume
    The amount of gas that remains in lungs after full exhalation
  5. Vital capacity
    Total lung capacity

    Total amount of gas that can be moved in or out of lungs
  6. Expiratory reserve volume
    Additional volume of air that can be exhaled after normal exhale
  7. Inspiratory reserve volume
    The additional amount of air that dosent get absorbed in normal breaths
  8. Tidal volume
    The amount of air moved in regular breaths
  9. Intercostal muscles
    Muslces that connect ribs to lungs

    Control inhilation and exhalation
  10. Diaphram
    Diaphram moves to change pressure within the lungs
  11. Aveoli
    gas exchange takes place

    lungs to blood
  12. Bronchioles
    smaller finer tubes that contain smooth muscle

    Many bronchioles
  13. Bronchi
    Passageway from trachea to lungs
  14. Pleural membrane
    Connects lugs to chest

    allows lungs to expand and contract with chest movement
  15. Trachea
    Passageway for air into respiratory system
  16. Larynx
    voice box

    made of cartilage and elastic ligaments
  17. Pharynx
    passageway for air into respiratory system

    Back of neck
  18. Nasal cavity
    Ciliated(hairlike cells) and mucous cells

    Filter incoming air
  19. Cellular respiration
    ATP releasing chemical reactions take place inside cell. final stage provide energy
  20. Internal respiration
    Exchange of gases between blood and tissues
  21. External resperation
    The exchange of gases from lungs to blood
  22. Experation
    Breathing out
  23. Inspiration
    Breathing in
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Biochem - 20 - resperatory