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Biology
1-how do the parts of the respiratory system worj togather? 2-how does the respiratory system work with other body systems? 3- which body system helps Respiratory system bring oxygen to body? A- circulatory B- excretory C- digestive D- muscular
March 4, 2013 by Heleny

Biology-Respiratory System
What can you do to keep your respiratory System functioning well?? Thanks
May 20, 2008 by Mike

Biology
Describe the relationship between the respiratory and the cardiovascular systems! Doesnt the respiratory feed the cardiovascular with oxygen, and getting rid of CO2 and water? Doesnt the cardiovascular system feed the respiratory system with a fluid for exchange of gases and ...
March 18, 2007 by Aletha

Biology
what would happen to the respiratory system if it didnt have the nose, pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchi, lungs, and mucus? I know what would happen to the human body but what would happen specifically to the respiratory system? Thank you.
December 18, 2012 by Samantha

biology
I need a general principle found to be consistent through the following systems so I can describe the beneficil aspect of it for each system: muscles, the circulatory system, the respiratory system, the kidneys, and digestion. I find something and then come up one system short.
August 21, 2010 by ryan

Biology
Bio question relating to the respiratory tract? Recent research has shown that cigarette smoke may result in the following: i.)Destruction of the cilia that line parts of the respiratory system ii.) Rupturing the walls of the same alveoli iii.) Thickening of the walls of the ...
November 12, 2009 by Sam

biology
Name 4 functions of the respiratory system.
October 26, 2011 by sara may

Biology 110
Name the 4 functions of the respiratory system. 1. 2. 3. 4.
October 26, 2011 by Susan Yi

Anatomy & Physiology
Although all of the structures of the respiratory system are in contact with the circulatory system, which respiratory structure is most closely associated with dense network of capillaries? A. pharynx B. vocal folds C. trachea D. alveoli
May 15, 2013 by Linda

biology
What is the primary structure for gas exchange in the respiratory system, how is it deisgnedf or the job?
November 3, 2008 by bill

Biology
Match the terms with the correct description: a. regulates supply of gases from ATP production b. provides negative feedback signals c. protects body against foreign dangers d. "rapid transit" for liquids and gases e. primary "regulator" of sensory functions f. provides ...
March 20, 2010 by mysterychicken

Biology
Match the terms with the correct description: a. regulates supply of gases from ATP production b. provides negative feedback signals c. protects body against foreign dangers d. "rapid transit" for liquids and gases e. primary "regulator" of sensory functions f. provides ...
March 21, 2010 by mysterychicken

biology
Which of the following are three common characteristics of echinoderms? a. tube feet, circulatory system, body symmetry b. marine-dwellers, endoskeletons, water-vascular system c. bilateral symmetry, ossicles, respiratory system d. mouths, protosomes, body symmetry B?
November 15, 2010 by Lily

Biology
*Yawn* Match the terms with the correct description: a. regulates supply of gases from ATP production b. provides negative feedback signals c. protects body against foreign dangers d. "rapid transit" for liquids and gases e. primary "regulator" of sensory functions f. provides...
March 21, 2010 by mysterychicken

science
What is considered the main trunk of the respiratory system? Since this is not my area of expertise, I searched Google under the key words "'respiratory system' main trunk" to get these possible sources: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Respiratory_system http://www.answers.com/...
May 19, 2007 by bridget

Science
Which of the following body systems does not rely on the autonomic nervous system to simulate involuntary events? A. skeletal system B. digestive system C. circulatory system D. respiratory system A
February 20, 2014 by Anonymous

Science
Which of the following body systems does not rely on the autonomic nervous system to simulate involuntary events? A. skeletal system B. digestive system C. circulatory system D. respiratory system A
February 20, 2014 by Anonymous

science
which of the following body systems does NOT rely on the autonomic nervous system to stimulate involuntary events? A. Skeletal System B. Digestive System C. Circulatory System D. Respiratory System
February 25, 2014 by hi

Please..
what would happen to the respiratory system if it didn't have the nose, pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchi, lungs, and mucus? I know what would happen to the human body but what would happen specifically to the respiratory system? Thank you!
December 18, 2012 by Samantha

biology
why is the heart suited to its funtion and why is the respiratory system suited to its function
January 19, 2009 by Anonymous

Biology-Respiratory System
What's the difference between capillaries, pulmonary artery and pulmonary vein?
December 11, 2010 by Emily

Biology
Respiratory system questions? How could expiration be aided by thoracic and abdominal wall muscles? why does a throat infection cause your voice to produce lower pitched sounds?
November 12, 2009 by Sam

Biology
Respiratory system questions? how does cigarette smoking affect the mucous layer in the bronchioles why does the buildup of tar in the bronchioles limit air flow in what area does a tumor begin to develop
November 11, 2009 by Sam

Biology
how do animals that live in different enviroments meet their need for efficent gas exhcange? I was thinking maybe through their respiratory system? Body surface, lungs , gills, any specialized organs ? Or though the environment they live in ?
December 21, 2011 by Nancy

PLEASE HELP CHECK ANSWER SCIENCE
5. Which of the following body systems does not rely on the autonomic nervous system to stimulate involuntary events? A. skeletal system B. digestive system C. circulatory system D. respiratory system My Answer skeletal systems
June 2, 2014 by Mstv

biology
1. name an organism in which the respiratory and circulatory systems are separate. 2. name an organism with a closed circulatory system that is not used for gas exchange. 3. name an organism whose waste gases accumulate in one system but then move to another system for removal...
November 25, 2009 by Marina

Biology
20. Three common characteristics of adult vertebrates are a. skull, notochord, and complex organ system b. backbone, segmentation, and open circulatory system c. two pairs of jointed appendages, cephalization, and internal skeleton d. hydrostatic skeleton, bilateral symmetry, ...
March 15, 2010 by mysterychicken

Biology
20. One difference between a gastrovascular cavity and a one-way digestive system is the presence or absence of a. cell specialization b. digestive enzymes c. digestion within body cells d. a moist membrane for nutrient diffusion A? 21. In an open circulatory system, a. water ...
March 4, 2010 by mysterychicken

Biology
20. One difference between a gastrovascular cavity and a one-way digestive system is the presence or absence of a. cell specialization b. digestive enzymes c. digestion within body cells d. a moist membrane for nutrient diffusion A? 21. In an open circulatory system, a. water ...
March 4, 2010 by mysterychicken

Biology 2
Were mollusks the first animals to evolve respiratory organs?
June 2, 2010 by Avalon

biology 2
The digestive, circulatory, respiratory, immune, and excretory systems all work together to maintain homeostasis. Discuss how a minor malfunction in one of these systems could lead to major malfunctions in others. If methods were developed to improve the efficiency and ...
June 25, 2012 by sheehan

biology 2
The digestive, circulatory, respiratory, immune, and excretory systems all work together to maintain homeostasis. Discuss how a minor malfunction in one of these systems could lead to major malfunctions in others. If methods were developed to improve the efficiency and ...
October 14, 2013 by rayan

Science
What are the diseases of the respiratory system?
April 25, 2013 by lii

biology
i am doing a science project and needmeasurements for organs in the respiratory and excretory systems
October 31, 2010 by sarah

Biology
Which of the following are three common characteristics of echinoderms? A tube feet, circulatory system, body symmetry B marine-dwellers, endoskeletons, water-vascular system C bilateral symmetry, ossicles, respiratory system D mouths, protosomes, body symmetry is it C...
June 14, 2012 by Ali

Science
What are the main organs of the respiratory system?
February 2, 2011 by Xena C.

Biology
How does the CVS, urinary and respiratory systems work together to maintain homeostasis?
April 14, 2011 by Natalie

college
I need help with drug treatments for the respiratory system
January 13, 2009 by matthew

Science
How does respiratory and cardiovascular system obtain nutrients?
June 1, 2011 by mercedes

Biology
Match the terms with the appropriate descriptions. Digestive Excretory Skeletal Circulatory Nervous Respiratory Reproductive _______________________ A. coordinate body activities-nervous B. Removal of waste products-excretory C. Body support and movement-skeletal D. Transport ...
March 6, 2010 by mysterychicken

Biology
For any given age and body surface area, men have a greater MVV than women. Give one anatomic or physiologic reason why. Is it because men tend to be more stronger and athletic than women, thus allowing respiratory muscles to be stronger Men are larger than women, thus more ...
April 18, 2007 by JYD

biology
The endocrine system.. A- affects only the reproductive system B- releases substances into the bloodstream C- competes with the nervous system to send signals D- fights with the antibodies preoduced by the immune system
April 18, 2010 by Taylor

science help!!!
Explain how your respiratory system could help guard your body against pathogens that are in the air.
November 10, 2013 by anonymous

Biology 20
describe how the digestive, circulatory, respiratory and excretory systems interact in supplying matter and energy to body cells and in removing waste?
June 4, 2008 by Laurie

Science help please
1. Name the components of the respiratory system in the order incoming air would encounter them during breathing. trachea, pharynx, larynx, alveoli, bronchi bronchi, larynx, alveoli, trachea, pharynx larynx, trachea, bronchi, pharynx, alveoli pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchi...
May 10, 2014 by Anonymous

anatomy
the function of the respiratory system closely overlaps with that of the A.excretory B.skeletal C.endocrine D. integumentary I believe it is C but not sure
September 9, 2008 by uknown

Biology
Is respiratory control sensitive to small changes in arterial PO2 or in arterial PCO2?
September 8, 2014 by Greg

Biology
Is respiratory control more sensitive to small changes in arterial PO2 or in arterial PCO2?
September 8, 2014 by Rachel

terrestrial biomes
The main characteristics used in naming terrestrial biomes are?? Please check this site out. I'm sure you'll figure out these main characteristics. http://www.factmonster.com/ipka/A0769052.html 4. Cigarette smoke has been found to have the following effects on the respiratory ...
August 12, 2006 by katrina!

Biology please help!
Is respiratory control more sensitive to small changes in arterial PO2 or in arterial PCO2
September 8, 2014 by Dan

Biology - very urgent
Is respiratory control more sensitive to small changes in arterial PO2 or in arterial PCO2?
September 8, 2014 by Rachel

Biology
are alveoli cells? alevoli are considered to be tiny air sacs, formed/created by the terminal dilation of air passages. synonym air sac, or air cell so technically yes.. Alevoli are composed of cells. They are not cells. See: http://www.bioeng.auckland.ac.nz/physiome/...
November 17, 2006 by Kim

science
A MODEL OF A RESPIRATORY SYSTEM AND HOW U WENT ABOUT IT AND THE METHODS OR DESCRIPTINONS WITH THYE USE OF CORKS BALLONS SYTRAW AND OTHER THINGS.
September 21, 2010 by Jolomi skinn

Health
Does saying: "increases the user’s risk of heart arrhythmia and respiratory failure" Mean the same thing as: "Decreased heart and respiratory function" It doesn't mean the same thing in my book. If it increases the RISK, that means to me that SOME patients may have that ...
February 20, 2007 by Aaliesha

Biology 1010
Which of following is NOT characteristics of all fish? a.gills as respiratory organs b.two-chambered heart c.swim bladder for buoyancy organ d.skin with scales e.presence of jaws
April 18, 2012 by Whitney

health
This isn't a school question, this is for my own understanding. I'm thinking about majoring in it. What is the difference between a respiratory care person and a respiratory therapist? I think they are the same. And could someone tell me what goes into the job of respiratory ...
May 6, 2007 by jake

smoking!
4. Cigarette smoke has been found to have the following effects on the respiratory system. 1. There is destruction of many of the cilia that line parts of the respiratory tract. 2. There is a thickening of the walls of the bronchioles, thus reducing the interior diameter of ...
August 12, 2006 by katrina!

Science
What body system is most like the mitochondria in cells? It has to be one of these: Respiratory Muscular Immune Nervous Since I already used the other systems.
October 7, 2011 by Ann

Biology
Suppose you're a physician treating an infant with respiratory distress syndrome. Your intervention to effect relief of the baby's symptoms will involve? A. alveolar macrophages B. an artificial surfactant C.antibiotics D. oxygen This site says that an infant with respiratory ...
August 10, 2007 by Sajia

Biology
Which of the following is correctly matched with its tissue system? cortex/dermal tissue system cuticle/vascular tissue system phloem/dermal tissue system stele/vascular tissue system>>>> my choosen answer
February 28, 2014 by Help

biology
What is the revelence in the order of development of the foetal nervous system before the cardiovascular system?
October 15, 2007 by Jen

biology
How does the circulatory system and the lymphatic system support reproduction and passing along genetics?
June 27, 2009 by Liz

Biology
this system is a ___________ system in which measurements are expressed in multiples of _____________ or _________of a basic unit.
August 12, 2012 by Kelsie

math
Suppose 80% of citizens in Singapore are smokers. During a year, 50% of smokers suffer from at least one respiratory disease, but only 10% of non-smokers suffer from at least one respiratory disease. Suppose a citizen in Singapore is drawn randomly. Let S be the event that the...
March 6, 2011 by Paula

college biology
____________ are distributed throughout the body, making up the monocyte-macrophage system or reticuloendothelial system.
February 24, 2009 by Cristina

Biology
What cell structure/organelle would be especially common in i)cells lining the respiratory passages? ii)white blood cells that engulf and detroy invading bacteria iii)enzyme (protein) secreting cells of the pancreas
January 4, 2009 by Dan

Anatomy & Physiology
How do the gas laws (Daltons, Boyles and Henrys)apply to the respiratory processes? I will be happy to critique your thinking on this. I know Dalton's Law is the law of partial pressures, Boyle's law is the law for a fixed mass of ideal gas at fixed temperature, the product of...
March 21, 2007 by Aletha

Biology
Which one of the folowing participate in the body's second line of defense? A.Tissue liningsof the respiratory system B. Interferons C. Skin cells D. Saliva http://www.amnh.org/nationalcenter/infection/03_inf/03_inf.html For virus, B is the choice, as interferons are part of ...
August 10, 2007 by Sajia

biology
The SI system as a what kind of system and what multiples are they expressed in?
August 16, 2008 by .....

Biology 110
True or false 1. Warm temp increase the release of CO2 from hemoglobin in the peripheral circulation. 2.Exchange of respiratory gases is by diffusion as a result of concentration gradient. 3. Residual air is necessary to maintain patent alveoli and prevent lung collapse.
October 28, 2011 by Susan Yi

Biolody
Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of the respiratory surface of the alveoli? a) Thin-walled b) Dry c) In contact with an environmental source of oxygen d) In contact with the transport system that carries dissolved materials to and from the cells of the organism
November 15, 2010 by Brianna

Biology
1. Sponges a. are nonsymmetrical and have oscula b. lack organization into tissues and organs but have specialized cells c. possess cells that are capable of recognizing other sponge cells and have a simple digestive system d. both a and b I'm so confused on this question, ...
March 6, 2010 by mysterychicken

Biology
1. Sponges a. are nonsymmetrical and have oscula b. lack organization into tissues and organs but have specialized cells c. possess cells that are capable of recognizing other sponge cells and have a simple digestive system d. both a and b I'm so confused on this question, ...
March 6, 2010 by mysterychicken

Biology
1. Sponges a. are nonsymmetrical and have oscula b. lack organization into tissues and organs but have specialized cells c. possess cells that are capable of recognizing other sponge cells and have a simple digestive system d. both a and b I'm so confused on this question, ...
March 6, 2010 by mysterychicken

medical coder
location inpatient hospital patient russell shergrud attending physician gregory dawson,md preprocedured diagnosis acute respiratory failure postprocedure diagnosis acute respiratory failure procedure performed intubation with a #8 endotracheal tube. what is the CPT CODE AND ...
March 12, 2013 by LaDonna

health
Post your response to the following: Your cousin Stella, who lives 300 miles away, has smoked nearly a pack a day for about 5 years. Lately, she has been complaining about shortness of breath more than usual, but she does not think she needs to see a doctor. What would you say...
December 15, 2009 by Anonymous

Plz, Ms.Sue/anyone check my answers?
1. Which of the following best explains why it is necessary for the body to eliminate waste? to allow the body to maintain a certain size to keep the body’s internal environment in balance to make room for nutrients coming in *** to reduce unpleasant odors 2. What happens to ...
May 13, 2014 by Princess Anna

Biology
What is the significance of the order of development of the nervous system before the cardiovascular system during feotal development?
September 30, 2007 by Jen

Biology 110
Displacement of O2 from its respiratory pigment: A. occur more rapidly in cold temp. B. occur more slowly when Ph alkaline. C. occur more slowly when O2 tissue level low. D. none of these.
October 28, 2011 by Susan Yi

HCA 240
I need help with week 3 discussion question 1 its due tomorrow. Your cousin Stella, who lives 300 miles away, has smoked nearly a pack a day for about 5 years. Lately, she been complaining about shortness of breath more than usual, but she does not think she needs to see a ...
November 9, 2009 by Markella Smith

biology
1. Cystic Fibrosis is due to abnormal mucus-secreting tissue. Abnormal pancreatic secretions and respiratory problems will occur. This is an autosomal recessive disease. The mother and father are carriers for the disease. A. What is their genotype? B. What is their phenotype? ...
December 10, 2012 by meek milly

biology
Compare and contrast the Central Nervous System and the Peripheral Nervous System. Thank you
March 6, 2008 by Loren

Biology
6) In detective novels, “the odor of bitter almonds” is the tell-tale clue to murder by cyanide poisoning. Cyanide works by attacking the enzyme that transfers electrons from the respiratory electron transport chain to O2. Why is it not possible for the victim to survive by ...
November 8, 2011 by Cassie

science
I am currently learning about respiratory system in anatomy and this question is not very clear to me: moves from blood to alveoli: _______ moves from alveoli to blood: ________ I am thinking it may be carbon dioxide and oxygen respectively, but I am not too sure. Please help!
November 26, 2007 by Anonymous

Pre-Cal(Please Help)
1) For a person at rest, the velocity v (in liters per second) of air flow during a respiratory cycle is V = 0.85 sin pi(t)/ 3 where t is the time in seconds. (Inhalation occurs when v > 0 and exhalation occurs when v < 0) A) Find the time for one full respiratory cycle ...
February 12, 2010 by Abby

Human Biology
Starting with the right ventricle of the heart, describe the function of the heart and the movement of the blood through the pulmonary and systemic circuit. Include a description of gas exchange within the lungs. Now consider what happens if Jake starts smoking. Discuss in ...
April 25, 2012 by Alina

Biology (immune system)
How does the immune system help maintain homeostasis? Help me please :(
January 13, 2011 by Marie

Grammar
Select the correctly capitalized sentence: A) He suffers from Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome, parkinsonism, and Wolff-Parkinson-White Syndrome. B) He suffers from acute respiratory distress syndrome, Parkinsonism, and Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome. C) He suffers from ...
December 12, 2012 by Marie

physiology
the respiratory mechanism of acid-base balance: a) operates well only within a very narrow margin b) requires an enzyme within red blood cells that causes the formation of carbonic acid c) is considered a chemical buffering system d) includes an increased breathing rate during...
December 11, 2006 by pbear

Biology
1) What memory system is sensation responsible for? Sensory, short term or long term memory system? Explain. 2) How does encoding memories relate to transfer appropriate processing and fluid intelligence?
February 22, 2013 by Jasmine

Psychology/Biology Help!!
1) What memory system is sensation responsible for? Sensory, short term or long term memory system? Explain. 2) How does encoding memories relate to transfer appropriate processing and fluid intelligence?
February 21, 2013 by Jasmine

biology
In both lecture and lab, the significance of water (H2O), molecular oxygen (O2), and carbon dioxide (CO2) has been emphasized with regard to their energy content or participation in metabolic oxidation and reduction reactions. This lab has demonstrated that green leaf tissue ...
October 27, 2010 by tina

Biology
What are the levels of organization in a living system? LEVEL 1 - Cells Are the basic unit of structure and function in living things. May serve a specific function within the organism Examples- blood cells, nerve cells, bone cells, etc. LEVEL 2 - Tissues Made up of cells that...
August 8, 2007 by jayjay

Biology
How can NaHCO3 function as both the acidic component of the NaHCO3/Na2CO3 buffer system and as the basic compnent of the H2CO3/NaHCO3 buffer system?
October 1, 2012 by Jim

Biology
20. Three common characteristics of adult vertebrates are a. skull, notochord, and complex organ system b. backbone, segmentation, and open circulatory system c. two pairs of jointed appendages, cephalization, and internal skeleton d. hydrostatic skeleton, bilateral symmetry, ...
March 15, 2010 by mysterychicken

Biology
20. Three common characteristics of adult vertebrates are a. skull, notochord, and complex organ system b. backbone, segmentation, and open circulatory system c. two pairs of jointed appendages, cephalization, and internal skeleton d. hydrostatic skeleton, bilateral symmetry, ...
March 15, 2010 by mysterychicken

biology
describe a biological system
August 25, 2009 by maria

biology
what is the parts of circulatory system?
August 29, 2011 by preethi

Biology/Physiology
What organs of the human body are involved in the urinary system and what is the specific purpose of those organs? How does the urinary system interact with other systems within the body?
July 20, 2008 by Laura

science
Which type of taxonomic system uses what an animal looks like to classify it: a) phenic system b) cladistic system c) genetic system d) observatory system
January 19, 2012 by kk-gothgirl-kk

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