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The Human Respiratory System

The Human Respiratory System

The Human Respiratory System. By Gene and Kevin. Introduction to the Human Respiratory System. The Respiratory System is what controls breathing. It brings in the oxygen your body needs and gets rid of the carbon dioxide that is left over. If you didn’t breathe you would pass out or die.

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The Human Respiratory System

The Human Respiratory System

The Human Respiratory System. Thursday May 19, 2011. Inhalation – breathing in, then where? Upper Respiratory Tract. Why does it usually take place through the nose? Nose – opening at the base of the nose (nostrils) Lined with: Nose hairs = filters dust from air

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The Respiratory System

The Respiratory System

The Respiratory System. How do we Breathe? By: Emily McMaster. What is the Respiratory System?. The Respiratory System is a group of tissues and different organs that allow you to breathe. . What Organs does the Respiratory System Include? . Organs: Lungs Trachea Bronchial Tubes

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Respiration and the Respiratory System . . .

Respiration and the Respiratory System . . .

Respiration and the Respiratory System . . . By Sophie Cull. The equation for respiration . . .

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The Respiratory System

The Respiratory System

The Respiratory System. How do we Breathe? By: Emily McMaster. What is the Respiratory System?. The Respiratory System is a group of tissues and different organs that allow you to breathe. . What Organs does the Respiratory System Include? . Organs: Lungs Trachea Bronchial Tubes

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Hairs. Trace Evidence. Hair as Physical Evidence. Class evidence Removal indicates physical contact between victim and perpetrator- Locard’s Principle. Hair as Physical Evidence. Not good evidence by itself. Present with other evidence it becomes stronger. Hair as Physical Evidence.

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Nose. Nose is pyramidal in form 3 pairs of bone form the root (frontal, maxilla, nasal) 3 different cartilages form dorsum and apex of nose ( septal , lateral nasal, apex) The vestibule is lined by many coarse hairs called vibrissae. Ear. Functions – maintain balance, perceive sound

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Nose Shaper - Nose Secret

Nose Shaper - Nose Secret

NoseSecret consists of a pair of curved and comfortable splints that you place at the inside edge of each nostril to make your nose look narrower and straighter, instantly. \nNoseSecret\'s anatomic form and flexible material allow for easy adjustment between the tip and the base of the nose without discomfort.

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