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Air Volumes normal is 500ml A. Expiratory Reserve Vol. B. Inspiratory Reserve Vol. C. Residual Volume D. Tidal Volume E. Total L

Air Volumes
normal is 500ml
A. Expiratory Reserve Vol.
B. Inspiratory Reserve Vol.
C. Residual Volume
D. Tidal Volume
E. Total Lung Capacity
AB. Vital Capacity
all the air your lungs can exchange
extra air in the lungs
normal is 5800ml
air you cannot pump out of your lungs
Digestive System
contains oblique muscle
most absorption is done here
A. Esophagus
B. Gall Bladder
C. Large Intestine
D. Liver
E. Mouth
AB. Pancreas
AC. Small Intestine
AD. Stomach
AE. E & AB
food tube
most mechanical digestion done here
feces is formed here
produces chymotrypsin
located behind the trachea
secretes amylase
secretes HCI

Air Volumes normal is 500ml A. Expiratory Reserve Vol. B. Inspiratory Reserve Vol. C. Residual Volume D. Tidal Volume E. Total Lung Capacity AB. Vital Capacity all the air your lungs can exchange extra air in the lungs normal is 5800ml air you cannot pump out of your lungs Digestive System contains oblique muscle most absorption is done here A. Esophagus B. Gall Bladder C. Large Intestine D. Liver E. Mouth AB. Pancreas AC. Small Intestine AD. Stomach AE. E & AB food tube most mechanical digestion done here feces is formed here produces chymotrypsin located behind the trachea secretes amylase secretes HCI

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