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Junsay Respiratory Review

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  • 1. What is the structure labeled with the letter “A”?
  • 2. Nose
  • 3. Fill in the blank: Food + Oxygen  ___________ + ENERGY
  • 4. Carbon Dioxide (CO 2 )
  • 5. This is the gas that we inhale that our cells use to break down food to make energy
  • 6. Oxygen
  • 7. What is the structure labeled with the letter “D”?
  • 8. Vocal Cords
  • 9. These structures are tiny sacs in the lungs that exchange oxygen and carbon dioxide in our blood
  • 10. Alveoli
  • 11. What is the structure labeled with the letter “F”?
  • 12. Voice Box
  • 13. Fill in the blank: Food + ______  Carbon Dioxide + ENERGY
  • 14. Oxygen
  • 15. What is the structure labeled with the letter “H”?
  • 16. Diaphragm
  • 17. What is the structure labeled with the letter “B”?
  • 18. Trachea
  • 19. Fill in the blank: Food + Oxygen  Carbon Dioxide + _______
  • 20. Energy
  • 21. What is the structure labeled with the letter “C”?
  • 22. Bronchi
  • 23. This structure warms the air and has cilia and mucus to trap particles
  • 24. Nose
  • 25. What is the structure labeled with the letter “E”?
  • 26. Pharynx or Throat
  • 27. This structure is also known as the Windpipe
  • 28. Trachea
  • 29. What is the structure labeled with the letter “G”?
  • 30. Alveoli
  • 31. This structure is also known as the Throat
  • 32. Pharynx
  • 33. These structures split into small branches that carry air throughout the lungs
  • 34. Bronchi
  • 35. This structure is also known as the VOICE BOX
  • 36. Larynx
  • 37. This structure is a large muscle that controls breathing
  • 38. Diaphragm
  • 39. What is the structure labeled with the letter “I”?
  • 40. Lung(s)
  • 41. This is the main organ in our respiratory system; it inflates and deflates to bring air in and out
  • 42. Lung(s)
  • 43. These structures vibrate to make sound and allow us to talk
  • 44. Vocal Cords
  • 45. Fill in the blank: ____+ Oxygen  Carbon Dioxide + ENERGY
  • 46. Food
  • 47. Fill in the blanks: The process of combining oxygen and other chemicals to break down food and release energy in our cells is called ____________ ____________
  • 48. Cellular Respiration
  • 49. Fill in the blanks: ____________ ____________ is the term used to describe how much air we can hold in our lungs in one breath
  • 50. Lung Capacity
  • 51. Fill in the blanks: ____________ ____________ is the chemical that we used to test or indicate if we were exhaling carbon dioxide
  • 52. Bromothyml Blue or BTB