Respiration

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They give out mucus which trap airborne particles
Goblet Cells
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A by product of anaerobic respiration
Lactic Acid
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When the demand for oxygen is greater than the supply
Oxygen Debt
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They are tough but flexible and support the tissue which keeps airways open
Cartilage
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A by product of aerobic respiration
water
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Move the mucus through the breathing system and out of the body
Cilia
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What ATP turns into
ADP
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Found in most tubes of the breathing system and move involuntary
Smooth Muscle
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Does not contain, goblet cells, cilia, smooth muscle or cartilage
Alveoli
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What the peak flow metre measures
Maximum expiratory flow rate (PEF)
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The maximum amount of air that can be breathed out
Vital Capacity
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The amount of air breathed in during a normal breath
Tidal Volume
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The amount of air that is left in the lungs
Residual volume
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15-18 per minute
Breathing Rate
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A by product of anaerobic respiration

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Lactic Acid

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When the demand for oxygen is greater than the supply

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They are tough but flexible and support the tissue which keeps airways open

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A by product of aerobic respiration

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