Large surface area
B and C
TLC - TV
None of the above
Rib cage lifts upwards
Intercostals muscles contract
Diaphragm moves down
Air pressure increases
In exhalation, air pressure increases to force carbon dioxide out.
In exhalation, air pressure increases to force oxygen out.
In exhalation, air pressure decreases to force carbon dioxide out.
In exhalation, air pressure decreases to force oxygen out.
In exhalation, the diaphragm moves down, relaxing.
RV: "dead air"
TLC: maximum volume of air that can be held in lungs & passage ways.
ERV: additional volume of air moved out beyond tidal exhalation.
TV: maximum amount of air that can be exhaled after a maximum inhalation.
None of the above are incorrect.
It has capillaries that cool outgoing air.
It is lined with mucous to trap oxygen..
It is lined with cilia which help to direct air into the lungs.
Sneezing/Coughing helps remove foreign particles from the body.
A and D
Lungs are soft, spongy organs.
Lungs are located in the thoracic cavity.
Lungs are located in the abdominal cavity.
The ribcage prevents water loss from the lungs.
Lungs have a moist respiratory surface that allows oxygyen to be dissolved in water.