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Passageway for both food and air; known as the "throat"

A) larynx

B) pharynx

C) trachea

D) bronchioles

E) epiglottis

F) main (primary) bronchus

G) glottis

H) alveoli

B

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Rigid, patent airway reinforced with C-rings of hyaline cartilage

A) larynx

B) pharynx

C) trachea

D) bronchioles

E) epiglottis

F) main (primary) bronchus

G) glottis

H) alveoli

C

3

Routes air and food into their proper channels

A) larynx

B) pharynx

C) trachea

D) bronchioles

E) epiglottis

F) main (primary) bronchus

G) glottis

H) alveoli

A

4

Protects the superior opening of the larynx during swallowing

A) larynx

B) pharynx

C) trachea

D) bronchioles

E) epiglottis

F) main (primary) bronchus

G) glottis

H) alveoli

E

5

Opening to the trachea situated between the vocal cords

A) larynx

B) pharynx

C) trachea

D) bronchioles

E) epiglottis

F) main (primary) bronchus

G) glottis

H) alveoli

G

6

First tube to branch off of the trachea

A) larynx

B) pharynx

C) trachea

D) bronchioles

E) epiglottis

F) main (primary) bronchus

G) glottis

H) alveoli

F

7

Smallest conducting passageways in the lungs

A) larynx

B) pharynx

C) trachea

D) bronchioles

E) epiglottis

F) main (primary) bronchus

G) glottis

H) alveoli

D

8

Part of the respiratory zone, these air sacs perform gas exchange

A) larynx

B) pharynx

C) trachea

D) bronchioles

E) epiglottis

F) main (primary) bronchus

G) glottis

H) alveoli

H

9

Breathing in and out while at rest

A) respiratory gas transport

B) pulmonary ventilation

C) internal respiration

D) external respiration

B

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Gas exchange occurring between the pulmonary blood and alveoli

A) respiratory gas transport

B) pulmonary ventilation

C) internal respiration

D) external respiration

D

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Gas exchange occurring between systemic capillaries and surrounding cells and tissues

A) respiratory gas transport

B) pulmonary ventilation

C) internal respiration

D) external respiration

C

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Inspiration and expiration

A) respiratory gas transport

B) pulmonary ventilation

C) internal respiration

D) external respiration

B

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Oxygen loading and carbon dioxide unloading

A) respiratory gas transport

B) pulmonary ventilation

C) internal respiration

D) external respiration

D

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Movement of carbon dioxide and oxygen through the blood

A) respiratory gas transport

B) pulmonary ventilation

C) internal respiration

D) external respiration

A

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Amount of air that can be forcibly exhaled after a normal tidal expiration

A) tidal volume

B) vital capacity

C) expiratory reserve volume

D) dead space volume

E) inspiratory reserve volume

F) residual volume

C

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Normal, quiet breathing which moves approximately 500 mL of air per breath

A) tidal volume

B) vital capacity

C) expiratory reserve volume

D) dead space volume

E) inspiratory reserve volume

F) residual volume

A

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Air that enters the respiratory tract and remains within the conducting zone passageways

A) tidal volume

B) vital capacity

C) expiratory reserve volume

D) dead space volume

E) inspiratory reserve volume

F) residual volume

D

18

Amount of air that can be inhaled forcibly over the tidal volume

A) tidal volume

B) vital capacity

C) expiratory reserve volume

D) dead space volume

E) inspiratory reserve volume

F) residual volume

E

19

Total amount of exchangeable air

A) tidal volume

B) vital capacity

C) expiratory reserve volume

D) dead space volume

E) inspiratory reserve volume

F) residual volume

B

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Air that remains in the lungs even after the most strenuous expiration

A) tidal volume

B) vital capacity

C) expiratory reserve volume

D) dead space volume

E) inspiratory reserve volume

F) residual volume

F

21

Sum total of tidal volume, inspiratory reserve volume, and expiratory reserve volume

A) tidal volume

B) vital capacity

C) expiratory reserve volume

D) dead space volume

E) inspiratory reserve volume

F) residual volume

B