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Cilia
Thin Hairs attached to the mucos membrane that clears bacteria
hair
Diaphram
Mucle separating the chest and stomach
most important muscle
Epiglottis
Flap like piec of cartlidge that covers the throat
closes while you eat so you done choke
Expiraton
breating
if you don't youll pass out
Glottis
the opening of the larynx
The opening of the larnx
Hilum(of the lung)
midline region where the bronchi,blood vessels and nerves enter and exit the lung.
region of the body
Inspirations
breathing in
opposite of breathing out




Larynx
voice box
makes sound so you can talk
Lobe
division of the lung
divides the lung

Mediastinum
area between lungs and chest that contain trachea,heart,aorta esophagas and bronchial tube
rbetween lung and other respitory
oxgen
gas that passes through the bloodstream at lungs and travels to all body vells
O2
Palatine tonsil
almond shap mass of lymphoids
roof of mouth
paranasal sinus
one of the air cavities in the bones near the nose
area by the nose
parieta pleura
outer fold of the pleura closest to the ribs and wall of the thoraic cavity
area close to the ribs
Pharynx
throat
troat
pleura
double folded members surrounding each lung
surronds lung

Pleura Cavity
a Space between the folds of the pleura
space
pulmunary parenchyma
the essential cells of the lungs
cells surrounding the lungs
trachea
wind pipe
pipe where water shouldn't go
Visceral pleura
the inn fold of pleura lying closest to the lung tissue
near the lung tissue