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Respiratory System: Fetal Pig vs Human

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Transcript of Respiratory System: Fetal Pig vs Human

Respiratory System:
Fetal Pig vs. Human


trachea
both
lungs
pig
alveoli
pig
Pharynx
pig
larynx
pig
bronchi
definition
bronchioles
pig

Organs
pharynx
larynx
trachea
lungs
bronchi
bronchioles
alveoli
diaphram

diaphragm
function- removes carbon dioxide from blood and replaces it with oxygen
human
both
definition
location
newborn pharynx size: 1/3 size of adult
adult size: 13 cm
3 parts-
nasopharynx
oropharynx
hypopharynx
both
human
voice box
fact
newborn:
larynx size: 1/3 of adult
adult: 13 cm
pig
human
location
definition
size: 4-6 in.
both
human
definition
purpose
size: 10-14 in
pig
both
human
location
both
human
definition
location
size: 1 mm
both
human
definition
location
pig
both
human
definition
location
Respiratory Diseases
pig

both
human
Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome
Swine Influenza
Pseudorabies
Porcine Circovus Disease
Classical Swine Disease
asthma- airways inflamed
COPD- can't exhale normally
Chronic Bronchitis- chronic productive cough
bronchitis- infection by airways (by virus)
COUNTLESS diseases
smoking causes lung cancer
Facts
pigs
pigs are older in a sense that they are not as complex as humans
both
your lungs are different sizes
fetal pig: lungs are small and solid because they are never inflated
thin tissue that covers lungs called pluera
if the inner surfae of lungs could be flat, would bee 80-100
2
meters: half of a tennis court
human
3 million alveoli
virtual dissection video
Works Cited
m.webmd.com
youtube.com
michaud-designs.com
quizlet.com
diversityofsystems.com
livescience.com
bioleogyjunction.com
wilbadissection.blogspot.com
http://michaud-designs.net/vpig/respiratory.html
Conclusion:
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