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Chapter 22: Respiratory System

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Chapter 22: Respiratory System
Breathe In, Breathe Out

  
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1.   This structure is called the windpipe and is supported by rings of cartilage.
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2.  These respiratory tuves are primarily composed of smooth muscle and determine the flow of air to the alveoli.
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3.  The trachea branches into the right and left
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4.  The lungs are located within the
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5.  Oxygen diffuses from the alveoli into the
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6.  This nerve innervates the diaphragm.
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7.  The diaphragm
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8.  The pleural membranes
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9.    The respiratory passages are lined with
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10.    Most oxygen is transported through the blood
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11.     Which of the following is the dome-shaped muscle that is the chief muscle of inhalation?
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12.    Bronchiolar constriction is most likely to cause
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13.    Surfactants are found within the
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14.     Which of the following regulates respiratory activity?
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15.    Which of the following structures controls respirations?
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16.    As plasma PCO2 increases,
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17.    These respiratory muscles are located between the ribs.
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18.    Contraction of the diaphragm and the intercostal muscles
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19.    Stimula  Stimulation of the phrenic and intercostal nerves causes the release of this neurotransmitter into the neuromuscular junction.
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20.    Dyspnea means
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21.    The Adam’s apple is
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22.    Frontal, maxillary, sphenoidal, and ethmoidal
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23.    When the diaphragm and the intercostal muscles relax,
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24.    Which    Which of the following best describes eupnea?
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25.     Intra-alveolar surface tension is due to
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26.     Hypoventilation decreases the respiratory excretion of
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27.     Hy            Hypoventilation can cause
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28.     Which of the following is most likely to cause hypoxia?
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29.    Boyle’s law forms the basis of
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30.     Boyle’s law states the relationship between volume and
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31.    Which     Which of the following is necessary for the lungs to remain expanded?
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32.     The nares, nostrils, and nasal septum
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33.     Which of the following is most related to the transport of the respiratory gases by the blood?
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34.     Which Which of the following contributes to the wheezing of asthma?
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35.     Anatomic dead air space is most associated with this structure
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36.      The water molecule is polar, meaning that each end of the molecule has an electrical charge. Because of this characteristic, water
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37.     Which of the following structures is located in the lungs?
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38.     Which of the following is most related to the relaxation of the diaphragm and the intercostal muscles?
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39.     What is the transport mechanism necessary for the movement of oxygen from the alveoli across the pulmonary capillary membranes into the blood?
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40.     What is the effect of an overdose of an opioid (narcotic)?
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41.     Which substance greatly reduces the attractive forces among the water molecules lining the alveoli?
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