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Kindly note that you will be presented with 50 questions randomized from the NOUN question bank. Make sure to take the quiz multiple times so you can get familiar with the questions and answers, as new questions are randomized in each attempt.

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1. The ______is very thin and this makes it easy for gases to diffuse across the membrane

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2. ______ are the combination of two or more lung volumes.

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Every time the transpulmonary pressure increases by 1 centimeter of water, the lung volume
expands _______ millimeters.

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4. The pulmonary surfactant is secreted by the Type II alveolar _______in the lungs

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5. Vital Capicity has a value of______

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6. The pulmonary vein carries ______blood.

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7.

The oxygen that diffuses into the plasma dissolves in the plasma and the diffusion continues
until the PO2 in plasma rises to____

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8. The pulmonary vein carries________

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9.

The _______is the dome-shaped musculo-tendinous partition between the thorax and
abdomen

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10. The plasma is a poor carrier of_____.

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11. The plasma oncotic pressure is _____

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12. The red blood cells are ______micrometer

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13. The red blood cells will cross the pulmonary capillaries in a ______ of single cells.

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14.

The diaphragm is the dome-shaped musculo-tendinous partition between the thorax and
abdomen forming the roof of the abdomen and the floor of the______

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15. The right ventricle pumps the blood out of the ______ through the pulmonary artery.

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16. Internal respiration is also called_______

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17.

Blood from the pulmonary capillaries is returned to the left atrium of the heart through
the_______.

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18.

The _______ divide several times just like the trachea until the pulmonary capillaries are
formed.

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19. When the ribs are pulled upward and forward, the AP diameter increases.

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20. _______ is the volume of air that can be forcefully inspired after a normal inspiration.

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21. Maximal voluntary ventilation is also known as_____

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22. The right bronchial artery arises from the ______right intercostal artery.

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23. The left bronchial artery arises directly from the _______

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24.

Blood from the pulmonary capillaries is returned to the left _______ of the heart through the
pulmonary vein.

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25.

_______ from the pulmonary capillaries is returned to the left atrium of the heart through the
pulmonary vein.

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26. The muscles of respiration can be divided into muscles of inspiration and _______

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27. Venous blood from tissues of the body is returned to the _____ atrium of the heart.

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28. The volume of fresh air that enters the alveoli per minute is called_______

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29. Expiration is a ______ process under quiet breathing.

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30. Venous ________ from tissues of the body is returned to the right atrium of the heart.

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31.

When the ________in pressure is removed, the elastic properties of the tissue restore the
original volume.

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32. The right ______pumps the blood out of the heart through the pulmonary artery.

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33. There are _______types of lung capacities

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34. The ______ arises from the first right intercostal artery.

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35.

_______ is the process by which oxygen is transferred from the atmosphere to the tissue for
use in metabolism

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36. _____ is a lipoprotein complex formed by lipids especially phospholipids, proteins and ions

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37. ______ is the volume of air remaining in the lungs even after a most forceful expiration.

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38. The pulmonary _____is secreted by the Type II alveolar epithelial cells in the lungs.

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39.

A surface acting agent that is responsible for lowering the surface tension of a fluid is
called_______

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40. The ______ circulation is a low pressure circulation

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41.

The transport of oxygen from the outside air to the cells within tissues, and the transport of
carbon dioxide from the cells to the outside air is known as ________

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42. The oxygen in the blood that is delivered to the left atrium is about ______%.

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43.

In ______ breathing, contraction of the external intercostal muscles will pull the ribs upwards
and move the sternum forward thereby increasing the AP diameter.

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44. The two groups of muscles are for inspiration and_______

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45. Residual Volume has a value of ______

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46. The distance from the thoracic inlet to the diaphragm is the ______diameter of the thorax.

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47. There are _______ types of intercostal

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48.

In deep breathing, contraction of the external intercostal muscles will pull the ribs ______and
move the sternum forward thereby increasing the AP diameter.

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49. The right ventricle pumps the blood out of the heart through the____

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50.

The plasma is a poor carrier of oxygen. The normal respiratory rate is ______ times per
minute.

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