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Name 1 Function of the Nasal Cavity
1 - Air is Warmed / 2 - Air is filtered / 3 - Air is moistened
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What is one of the roles of the pleural fluid
allows lubrication and allows the lungs to inflate and deflate without causing damage
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What is the role of Hyaline cartilage rings around the Trachea?
To prevent the Trachea from collapsing
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What is the term which describes breathing in?
Inspiration
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What is the term which describes breathing out?
Expiration
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What does the term Gaseous exchange mean in the respiratory system?
The process by which oxygen passes into the body and is circulated around and dioxide dioxide is removed from the blood for expiration
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What is the name which describes the process by which gases exchange between the bloodstream and the cells / alveoli of the body?
Diffusion
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When when we exercise would we expect our breathing rate to increase?
We need to breathe in more frequently to allow more oxygen to be transported to cells for oxygen production and removal of the waste production carbon dioxide.
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Why when we exercise would our heart rate increase?
We need more blood being circulated around the body to allow for
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What two systems work together to make the cardio-respiratory system?
The cardiovascular and the respiratory system
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What is one of the roles of the pleural fluid

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allows lubrication and allows the lungs to inflate and deflate without causing damage

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What is the role of Hyaline cartilage rings around the Trachea?

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What is the term which describes breathing in?

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What is the term which describes breathing out?

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