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Human Anatomy: The Respiratory System

We’re going to take a bit of a break from chemistry to review some Human A and P. Today’s lecture is 23 minutes long.

The functions of the RS are pulmonary ventilation, olfaction, vocalization. O2 is used by the mitochondria. The vocal cords in the larynx.

Nasal cavity, pharynx, larynx, trachea, lungs.

Tears go out the nasal lacrimonal aperture and leave through the nose.

The nari are the nostrils. Rino means nose. Rinitis is a cold.

The nasal septum is the wall seperating the two nostrils. The sinus cavities assures that the air is warmed and filtered by a ciliated mucus membrane. It humidifies as well.

Enlarged pharyngeal tonsils are adeniods.

Nasal pharynx, oral pharynx, and the laryngeal pharynx. Upper, middle, lower. Earache is otitis media.

Epigolatis, thyroid cartilage, cricoid cartilage. Superior thyroid notch is waht you feel on the top.

The palatine and pharyngeal tonsils are on the sides and top. Those get removed sometimes.

The larynx is made of 3 seperate hylaine cartilages.

Man = 20 to 20k
organic layer top, aqueous below
oh my such great apple pie: oxalic malonic succinic glutaric adipic paleric.
Tooth: enamel, dentis, pulp


Op Amp
Non Inverting G = Vo/Vi = 1+Rf/Ro
Inverting G = -Rf/Ro

sight alignment, sight picture, trigger control
BRASS breathe relax aim sight shoot
BRASS breathe relax aim slack squeeze
BLISS blend low irregular small secluded
LACE liquid ammo casualties equipment
METTTC mission enemy troops terrain time civilians
SPLC staffing probabilities logistics contingencies

1st Law dU = dQ + dW
2nd Law dS = dQ rev/T
3rd Law OK, s=0

Z eff = Z-a
Sensory Layer: fovea, macula, peripheral

Add acid to water, not water to acid

u = G/n
Polymerization: condensation/radical

ACP NRR abduction captivity proof of life, negotiation ransom, recovery

high pass filter, differentiator
low pass filter, integrator

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