Respiratory Bingo!

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Bingo Cards
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Nose, Pharynx, Larynx
Lower Respiratory Tract
Trachea
Larynx
Smooth Muscle
Esophagus
Respiratory System
Dyspnea
Inhalation
Exhalation
Pulmonary Ventilation
Lungs
Bronchi
Pharynx
Apnea
Respiratory Arrest
The Diaphragm
The exchange of gases
Tonsillitis
rapid&deep respirations
Slow&Shallow Respirations
Cheyne-Strokes Respiration
Pleura
Alveoli

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The senses Crossword

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Stimulus in the internal and external environment of an organism Sensory Receptor
Two cells including rods and cones Photoreceptors
Carries auditory sensory to the inner ear then to the brain Auditory Nerve
Known as the ear drum Tympanic Membrane
Triggers nerve impulses Retina
Controls the size of a pupil Iris
Provides sense of taste Taste Bud
Sensitive to light, dark, shape and movement changes Rod
Distinguishes spacial distance between organisms and objects Lens
Small, rounded protuberance on an organ of a body Papillae
Responsible for color vision Cone
Translates sound to the nerve and impulses to send to the brain Cochlea
Detection of odor molecules Olfactory Receptors
Transmits impulses to the brain from the retina Optic Nerve
Maintain balance located in inner ear Semicircular Canal

The Respiratory System Crossword

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Set of organs in the rib cage with branching passages where air is inhaled and exhaled Lungs
Where air is drawn, moistened and filtered Nose
When this organ moves down, air is drawn into the lungs Diaphragm
A flap of cartilage behind the root of the tongue, which is depressed during swallowing to cover the opening of the windpipe Epiglottis
Located at the back of the nose and mouth Pharynx
Also known as the voice box Larynx
Reinforced by rings of cartilage, extending from the larynx to the bronchial tubes and taking air to and from the lungs Trachea
Where oxygen and carbon dioxide is diffused into the blood stream Alveoli
The major air passages of the lungs which diverge from the windpipe Bronchi
The smaller branches that divide off of the Bronchi Bronchiole

respiratory system Crossword

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voice box larynx
windpipe trachea
air sacs alveoli
process of breathing respiration
protects the lungs pleura
air passage way; braches off of trachea bronchi
smaller branches bronchioles
breathe in breathe out cellular respiration
breathe out expiration
flap epiglottis
tiny hairs cilia
O2 diffuses into blood and CO2 diffuses into alveolar air external respiration
breathe in inspiration
oxegen and carbon dioxide are exchanged internal respiration
organ needed to breathe lungs
aids in the filteration of air nasal cavities
cavities in the skull that surround the nasal area sinuses
divides the nose nasal septum
two phases ventilation
2nd step after the nose and mouth pharynx
preferred passageway nose
bronchioles are narrowed asthma
refers to any pulmonary diseases COPD
contagious disease caused by virus common cold
progressive disease results in disabilities, heart or respiratory failure emphysema
maligmant tissue lung cancer
inflammation of the lungs tuberculosis
infection of the trachea, larynx, throat, or nose upper respiratory infection
treats diseases and conditions of the chest pulmonologist
physician/surgeon who specializes in head/ neck surgery otorhinolarynologist

Respiratory System Crossword

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What system provides oxygen and removes carbon dioxide from the body? respiratory system
What is commonly known as the windpipe? trachea
How many tubes does the trachea split into? two
The right lung has three lobes: superior, middle and ____? inferior
When a bronchi continues to divide it will turn into a ___? bronchioles
What is commonly known as the voice box? larynx
What is superior to the vocal cords? vestibular folds
What propels the liquid out of the respiratory system? cough reflex
How many regions is the pharynx divided up into? three
What is the most inferior portion of the pharynx? laryngopharynx
Bronchi contains what kind of cartilage? hyaline

Respiratory System Crossword Puzzle

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two external openings of the nasal cavity in vertebrates that admit air to the lungs and smells to the olfactory nerves. nostrils
the inside of your nose that is lined with a mucous membrane that helps keep your nose moist by making mucus nasal cavity
scroll-like bones in the side of the nasal cavity conchae
two small masses of lymphoid tissue in the throat, tonsils
a membrane like cavity connecting them to the esophagus pharynx
a cavity within a bone or another tissue connecting with the nasal cavities. sinus
the hollow muscular organ forming an air passage to the lungs; the voice box larynx
the part of the larynx consisting of the vocal cords and the opening between them. glottis
each of the pair of organs situated within the rib cage lungs
a large phagocyte cell found in stationary form in the tissues or as a mobile white blood cell macrophages
an act of breathing in inspiration
exhalation of breathing expiration
a chronic lung disease that inflames and narrows the airways. asthma
the bone and cartilage that divide the nasal cavity of the nose in half nasal septum

Communicable diseases Crossword

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disease causing microorganism pathogen
contains enzymes/ chemicals to kill pathogens tears
wet and sticky substance produced by cells that line the nose and lungs - traps germs/ dust/ bacteria mucus
contains acid that kills pathogens stomach
stops some microorganisms entering the ear canal ear wax
stops some microorganisms entering the nasal passages nose hair
tiny hair like structure that sweeps dust/ bacteria out of the throat and lungs cilia
a way of growing bacteria in a lab under sterile (very clean) conditions aseptic technique
when our body knows which antibodies to make against a disease so we are protected from that disease immune
chemical produced by white blood cells that target specific virus/bacteria and kill them antibody
these cancel out the toxins made by the pathogen antitoxin
some white blood cells surround the pathogen and ingest them and destroy them engulfing
outer protective layer prevents pathogens coming into the body skin

Five Senses Crossword

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The part of the ear that you see. PINNA
One of the bones of the middle ear INCUS
This turns the vibrations of sound into electrical signals that travel through the auditory nerve to the brain. COCHLEA
Sound waves travel through here to the ear drum EAR CANAL
This can get larger and smaller to allow the right amount of light for focus PUPIL
This is the outermost part of the eye which bends light and protects. CORNEA
This is used to bend the light and focus images on the back of the eye. LENS
Images are focused onto this. RETINA
The colorful part of the eye which is made of muscle that controls the size of the pupil. IRIS
Images are sent thought the ________ ___________ to the brain. OPTIC NERVE
These molecules are dissolved in the mucous membrane of the nasal cavity and are what we smell. ODERANT
The sensory cells that are found in the nasal cavity. OLFACTORY
These bumps are found on the tongue. PAPILLAE
The _______________ receptor cells are the sensory cells that taste. GUSTATORY
Skeletal, Cardiac, and this are types of muscle. SMOOTH
The mouth, nasal, and entire airway are lined with this. MUCOUS
Smallest unit of living things CELLS
The semicircular _____________ are used to sense orientation and are the organs of balance. CANALS
This Newton's law explains why we get dizzy when spinning. First
Sensory cells are called Receptors

Chapter 3, Sensation and Perception Crossword

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Technical name for the sense of smell olfaction
The specialized sensory receptors for taste that are located on the tongue and inside the mouth and throat Taste buds
The technical name for the sense of location and position of body parts in relation to one another Kinesthetic sense
The technical name for the sense of balance, or equailibrium Vestibular sense
The use of visual cues to perceive the distance or three-dimensional characteristics of objects Depth perception
Distance or depth cues that require the use of both eyes Binocular cues
The tendency to perceive objects or situations from a particular frame of reference Perceptual set
Founder of Gestalt psychology Max Wertheimer
The process of detecting a physical stimulus, such as light, sound, heat, or pressure Sensation
The process of integrating, organizing, and interpreting sensations. perception
Principle of sensation that holds that the size of the just noticeable difference will vary depending on its relation to the strength of the original stimulus. webers law
The distance from one wave peak to another wavelength
The process by which the lens changes shape to focus incoming light so that it falls on the retina accommodation
The long, thin, blunt, sensory receptors of the eye that are highly sensitive to light, but not to color, and that are primarily responsible for peripheral vision and night vision. Rods
Coiled fluid-filled inner-ear structure that contains the basilar membrane and hair cells cochlea
part of the ear that collects sound waves; consists of the pinna, the ear canal, and the eardrum outer ear
Property of color that corresponds to the purity of the light wave. Saturation

Respiratory System Crossword

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It is also known as windpipe, it filters the air we inhale and branches into the bronchi. Trachea
The main organ of the respiratory system. Lung
The throat; part of both the respiratory and digestive systems Pharynx
The passages that branch from the trachea and direct air into the lungs Bronchi
also called the voice box. A passageway for air moving from pharynx to trachea Larynx
Breathing begins with a dome-shaped muscle located at the bottom of the lungs. Diaphragm
system responsible for taking in oxygen and releasing carbon dioxide using the lungs Respiratory System
To breathe in, inspiration Inhale
To breathe out, expiration. Exhale
Hair like structures that filter out particles entering into your nasal cavity Cilia
tiny air sacs found at the end of bronchial tubes where the exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide takes place Alveoli
covers the trachea when you swallow to prevent food from going into your lungs Epiglottis
the area directly posterior to the nose Nasopharynx
the area directly posterior to the mouth Oropharynx
opening between the vocal cords in the larynx Glottis
The movement of air into and out of the lungs; breathing Ventilation
The amount of air the lungs can hold Lung Capacity
Amount of air that moves in and out of the lungs during a normal breath Tidal Volume
The total volume of air that can be exhaled after maximal inhalation. Vital Capacity
the contribution each gas in a mixture makes to the total pressure Partial Pressure