Construct your Interactive Notes• On the cover, write  – Chapter 15: Respiratory System  – Name, period, seat #  – Draw a ...
Notes: Overview of Respiration (pg 2)
Notes: Overview of Respiration (pg 2)• Respiration = Exchange of oxygen and carbon  dioxide between the atmosphere and the...
Notes: Overview of Respiration (pg 2)• Respiration = Exchange of oxygen and carbon  dioxide between the atmosphere and the...
Notes: Overview of Respiration (pg 2)• Respiration = Exchange of oxygen and carbon  dioxide between the atmosphere and the...
Notes: Overview of Respiration (pg 2)• Respiration = Exchange of oxygen and carbon  dioxide between the atmosphere and the...
Notes: Overview of Respiration (pg 2)• Respiration = Exchange of oxygen and carbon  dioxide between the atmosphere and the...
Draw picture (pg 3)
Respiratory Organs (pg 2)• Upper Respiratory Tract  – Nasal cavity: filters, warms, and moistens air
• Upper Respiratory Tract  – Nasal cavity: filters, warms, and moistens air  – Pharynx: Throat. 13 cm long (from base of s...
• Upper Respiratory Tract  – Nasal cavity: filters, warms, and moistens air  – Pharynx: Throat. 13 cm long (from base of s...
• Lower Respiratory Tract  – Trachea: Windpipe.
• Lower Respiratory Tract  – Trachea: Windpipe.  – Primary bronchi: Bifurcation of trachea
• Lower Respiratory Tract  – Trachea: Windpipe.  – Primary bronchi: Bifurcation of trachea  – Lungs: Contain bronchial tre...
With your neighbor• Make up “stupid mind tricks” to remember  the difference between  – Pharynx (throat) and Larynx (voice...
Output (page 3)• Paste in the diagram on the lower half of pg 1• Label the parts• Use the piece of yarn to model the bronc...
Output (page 3): Use only the top half            of the page• Sketch a human body from the waist up. Draw  in the lungs a...
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Respiration overview and upper resp tract

  1. 1. Construct your Interactive Notes• On the cover, write – Chapter 15: Respiratory System – Name, period, seat # – Draw a color picture• Staple 6 pages of binder paper to the cover• Number the pages
  2. 2. Notes: Overview of Respiration (pg 2)
  3. 3. Notes: Overview of Respiration (pg 2)• Respiration = Exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide between the atmosphere and the body cells
  4. 4. Notes: Overview of Respiration (pg 2)• Respiration = Exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide between the atmosphere and the body cells• Ventilation = Breathing process
  5. 5. Notes: Overview of Respiration (pg 2)• Respiration = Exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide between the atmosphere and the body cells• Ventilation = Breathing process• External respiration = exchange of gases between the lungs and the blood
  6. 6. Notes: Overview of Respiration (pg 2)• Respiration = Exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide between the atmosphere and the body cells• Ventilation = Breathing process• External respiration = exchange of gases between the lungs and the blood• Internal respiration = exchange of gases between the blood and the tissue cells
  7. 7. Notes: Overview of Respiration (pg 2)• Respiration = Exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide between the atmosphere and the body cells• Ventilation = Breathing process• External respiration = exchange of gases between the lungs and the blood• Internal respiration = exchange of gases between the blood and the tissue cells• Cellular respiration = Cells use oxygen to make ATP Glucose + O2 CO2 + H20 + ATP
  8. 8. Draw picture (pg 3)
  9. 9. Respiratory Organs (pg 2)• Upper Respiratory Tract – Nasal cavity: filters, warms, and moistens air
  10. 10. • Upper Respiratory Tract – Nasal cavity: filters, warms, and moistens air – Pharynx: Throat. 13 cm long (from base of skull to 6th cervical vertebrae). Passageway for air and food
  11. 11. • Upper Respiratory Tract – Nasal cavity: filters, warms, and moistens air – Pharynx: Throat. 13 cm long (from base of skull to 6th cervical vertebrae). Passageway for air and food – Larynx: Voice box. Passageway for air between the pharynx and the trachea. Contains vocal cords.
  12. 12. • Lower Respiratory Tract – Trachea: Windpipe.
  13. 13. • Lower Respiratory Tract – Trachea: Windpipe. – Primary bronchi: Bifurcation of trachea
  14. 14. • Lower Respiratory Tract – Trachea: Windpipe. – Primary bronchi: Bifurcation of trachea – Lungs: Contain bronchial tree. Right lung has 3 lobes, left has 2 lobes
  15. 15. With your neighbor• Make up “stupid mind tricks” to remember the difference between – Pharynx (throat) and Larynx (voice box) – Trachea (for air) and Esophagus (for food)
  16. 16. Output (page 3)• Paste in the diagram on the lower half of pg 1• Label the parts• Use the piece of yarn to model the bronchial tree.
  17. 17. Output (page 3): Use only the top half of the page• Sketch a human body from the waist up. Draw in the lungs and a (enlarged) body cell. Then label the locations of external respiration, internal respiration, and cellular respiration. Show the direction oxygen and carbon dioxide are moving in each process.

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