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Exercise 36: Anatomy of the Respiratory System


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TWO PAIRS OF VOCAL FOLDS ARE FOUND IN THE LARYNX. WHICH PAIR ARE THE TRUE VOCAL CORDS (SUPERIOR OF INFERIOR)?

INFERIOR VOCAL FOLDS (TRUE VOCAL FOLDS)

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Exercise 36
pg. 545 - 596
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Human Anatomy & Physiology

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