Large nasal cavities that are very complex have convolutions. These convolutions help to keep the moisture in when the animal exhales.
Large nasal passages conserve water because there are many convolutions. These make air move back and forth quickly, and the moisture hits the convolutions and is absorbed back into the body.
Oxygen is delivered only upon inspiration, thereby conserving oxygen during exhalation.
what happens during exhalation?? answer: carbon dioxide is given off
During inhalation the ribcage expands, and during exhalation the ribcage contracts.
describe the movement of the ribcage and diaphragm during inhalation and exhalation
Chest cavity volume increases during inahalation, and decreases during exhalation.
Carbon Dioxide is released from the body during exhalation.
The LUNGS is the location of where Carbon Dioxide and Water are excreted during Exhalation.
Carbon dioxide and water are excreted through the lungsduring exhalation.
Moisture facilitates the diffusion of gases through the epithelial lining of the alveoli in the lungs. Mammals have convoluted turbinate bones in the nose - especially desert mammals. This allows moisture in the exhaled air to come in contact with cooler membranes before leaving the nares - so the water in the air condenses on the membranes and can be retained. So dry air comes in, gets moist, gas exchange occurs, and then the moisture is pulled back out before it's completely exhaled.
During the long breath exhalation, create friction in the throat region.
it moves up and out
By not breathing
In the atmosphere .
Upward and inward.
The diaphragm (dye-uh-fram) muscle contracts during inhalations, and causes your belly to push out. During exhalation, the diaphragm muscles relax and your belly flattens back out.
diaphragm will contracts, moves down and flattens when inhalation and diaphragm relaxes and curves upwards when exhalation :)
The ribs expand during inhalation. This creates negative pressure on the lungs and draws air into them. During exhalation the rib cage gets smaller, compressing the lungs, in a sense, and forcing air out.
It contracts during inhalation, relaxes during exhalation.
During exhalation, sweating, urination, and defecation.