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But if gases can only efficiently diffuse across tiny distances, how does oxygen reach the cells deep inside your body? Lesson by Enda Butler, animation by Compote Collective. Found by teresahopson in Respiratory System. From YouTube , produced by mrfordsclass. This video continues our look at the Respiratory System, with the trachea and the bronchi. This is Lesson 4 in our Respiratory System series.
This is part of our Anatomy and Physiology lecture series. We breathe constantly, but have you ever thought about how breathing works? Discover the ins and outs of one of our most basic living functions-- from the science of respiration to how to control your breaths. Found by Rockefellerteacher in Respiratory System. The previous video we looked at the upper respiratory tract. This starts to look at the lower respiratory tract, specifically the larynx.
Our second video in our Respiratory System series for Anatomy and Physiology covers the following: A good overview or preview. A handout with terms would be of benefit as the video moves rapidly. Found by freealan in Respiratory System. Welcome to the first video in our Respiratory System series for Anatomy and Physiology. This video covers the following: Your lungs pull in oxygen through your nose, mouth, and throat. Then, in the lungs, the oxygen is transfered to the blood vessels and the lungs draw waste, carbon dioxide, out of the veins.
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