What name is given to trachea tubes?
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The windpipe, or trachea, is the channel that moves air from the mouth and/or nose to and from the bronchial tubes. The bronchial tubes form a T-junction with the trachea. This assembly of tubes connects to both lungs, which have a further network of smaller tubes that eventually end in the alveoli, where oxygen is transferred to the bloodstream and carbon dioxide is extracted.
After air passes through the larynx, it enters your windpipe, or trachea. The trachea cleans the air again and channels it into the lungs through two large tubes called bronchi. The bronchi divide into smaller tubes and eventually lead to air sacs called alveoli. It is in the alveoli that oxygen moves into your blood and carbon dioxide moves out.