To intake air flow into the lungs.
They maintain a one-way flow of air.
The air flow in the respiratory system of a frog travels the same way as a human's would.
Air sacs are part of the respiratory system
Air can be taken into the respiratory system at the mouth and the nose.
Pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchi, alveoli; diaphragm
Mucus in the nose helps trap particles entering the respiratory system. The hairs/cilia of the respiratory system also filter incoming air.
The diaphragm is the organ of the respiratory system that doesn't touch air.
innermost chamber of respiratory system into which air can be drawn is . Bronchiole
the correct order is: pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchus, bronchioles, alveoli
The respiratory system.
The nose is the part of the respiratory system that has hairs to filter particles from the air.
No.Respiratory system is breathing.No Air = No Oxygen = Death
The upper respiratory system removes gross particles from the air, warms and humidifies it, and passes it to the lower respiratory system.
The respiratory system is there so you can breath air in and exhale out. When you breath in your breathing in air, but what your really breathing out when you exhale is carbon dioxide. So what your respiratory system does is it takes in clean air and disposes the carbon dioxide from your lungs.
You do not have any such cubes in your respiratory system.
The bird respiratory system does not mix exhaled air with inhaled air.
the respiratory does pro vide air/oxygen and it is provided from your mouth and nose
the air sac itself.
In the human respiratory system, air goes through the mouth/oral cavity, down the throat/pharynx, glottis, trachea, one of the two bronchi that leads into a lung, further divides into bronchioles, and at last ends in the alveoli. Here, air stops in the lungs, loses oxygen to capillaries, gains carbon dioxide, and returns to the atmosphere via the same path.
the respiratory system
The respiratory system is the organ system that moves air into and out of your body.