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Test Study Review
Write the word that best describes the definitions below:
The gas we breathe in. The little branches in our lungs.
Hairs that clean the air we breathe. The air sacs in our lungs. The structure that enables us to speak/voice box. The tube that connects the throat and bronchi.
The two large organs that help us to breathe. The muscle that controls the size of our chest cavity.
Match the word with the correct definition/function:
9. Carbon Dioxide A. What the diaphragm does
when you breathe in.10. Left B. Allow oxygen to enter the blood.11. Contracts C. Slick layer covering the lungs. D. What the diaphragm does when you exhale.
12. Pleura E. Where the respiratory and circulatory systems meet.13.
Capillaries F. The waste product you breathe out.14. Relaxes G. The side of the lung with two
lobes.15. Air sacsFG
Write the correct order of oxygen and carbon dioxide exchange:
in to the body:1) Inhale2) Nose traps germs in air
3) Air moves down the trachea4) Air moves through the bronchi into the bronchioles5) Alveoli receive oxygen to pass to blood6) Oxygen passes into the blood7) Oxygen-rich blood flows to the heart8) Heart pumps oxygen-rich blood to the body
Coming out of the body:
9) Blood picks up carbon dioxide from the body10) Heart pumps carbon dioxide rich blood to the lungs11) Alveoli receives carbon dioxide from the blood12) Carbon dioxide moves from bronchioles to bronchi
13) Carbon dioxide flows up the trachea14) Carbon dioxide flows out the nose and mouth15) Exhale
is the definition of Bronchitis
? Inflammation of mucus membranes in the bronchial tubes.
What is the definition of Cystic Fibrosis? Hereditary disease that causes the mucus membranes in the body to produce too much mucus.What is the cause of asthma? Airborne substances, certain foods or common bacteria. What is Pneumonia?
Inflammation of air sacs in the lungs. How can Emphysema be prevented? Avoid exposure to pollution and not smoking.