The tube connecting the lungs to the outside of the body
The network of the second-largest air sacs within each lung
The sencond largest air sacs
The outermost lining of the lungs
Each lung is ribbed with cartilage to prevent collapse on exhalation
The lungs are tethered to the ribcage with a network of connective tissue.
The lungs rely on a vacuum within the chest, maintained by the diaphragm.
The intercostal muscles.
The latissimus dorsi muscles.
The medical name for the vocal cords.
The finger-like cells that make up the outer lining of each lung.
The smallest air sacs of the lungs.
At the point where the trachea joins the lungs.
Within the alveoli.
Inside the right atrium of the heart.