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Respiratory_System_CrosswordAuthor: Nguyen Brian
Description: Using the vocabulary learned from the quizlet, fill out the crossword puzzle to the best of your ability. Only go back to the quizlet to check yourself. There are spaces included in the crossword puzzle.
Keywords: Biology, Respiratory, System, Interactive, Crossword, , online teaching
Tiny ait sacs in the lungs where the exchange of O2 and CO2 occurs , Tube that divides after it leaves the trachea and becomes the right and left bronchus, Smalles branches of the bronchi, Tiny hairlike strucutres that move mucous and dirt towards the esophagus, Leaf like structure, made of cartilage, and covers the larynx while swallowing, Occurs when the diaphragm and the intercostals muscles relax, forcing air out, The exchange of O2 and CO2 between the lungs and the bloodstream, The diaphragm and intercostal muscles contract and enlarge the thoracic cavity, The exchange of O2 and CO2 between the bloodstream and the tissue cells, Located between the pharynx and trachea, has 9 layers of cartilage, and contains vocal chords, Main organs of respiration, Two hollow spaces lined with mucous membrane and have a rich blood supply, Wall of cartilage that divides the nose into two hollow spaces, Structure in which air enters, Air enters it from the nose and it is divided into three sections, Air rushes in through the airways to the alveoli, where the exchange of O2 and the removing of CO2 occur, Consists of the lungs, and air passages. Responsible for the exchange of gases and taking in of O2 and expelling CO2, Cavvities on the skull that surround the nasal area, Tube extending from the larynx to the center of the chest, Process of breathing and involves two phases: inspiration and expiration,
INTERNAL RESPIRATOIN, INSPIRATION, BRONCHI, LARYNX, NASAL SEPTUM, ALVEOLI, NASAL CAVITIES, NOSE, RESPIRATION, EXPIRATION, BRONCHIOLES, VENTILATION, EXTERNAL RESPIRATION, SINUSES, LUNGS, CILIA, TRACHEA, RESPIRATORY SYSTEM, EPIGLOTTIS,