Thursday, October 29, 2015

Trace Air Traveling Into the Body – Major Respiratory System Structures

This set of flash cards features the major structures of the respiratory system, starting with the nasal cavity and moving through or past structures down to the alveolar sacs. People may breathe through the mouth or nose; therefore, some structures of the mouth are not mentioned in these flash cards.


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Trace Air Traveling Into the Body - Respiratory System Structures

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Nasal Cavity









Alveolar Duct

Alveolar Sacs

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