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Disease and disorders of the respiratory system include all of the following except A. lung cancer. B. stroke. C. asthma. D. emphysema. User: what is emphysema? User: The tiny hollow air sacs where oxygen exchange occurs are A. lymph nodes. B. capillaries. C. alveoli. D. bronchioles
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Disease and disorders of the respiratory system include all of the following except B. stroke. Emphysema is a long-term, progressive disease of the lung(s) and occurs when the alveolar walls are destroyed along with the capillary blood vessels that run within them. This lessens the total area within the lung where blood and air can come together, limiting the potential for oxygen and carbon dioxide transfer.
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The tiny hollow air sacs where oxygen exchange occurs are A. lymph nodes. B. capillaries. C. alveoli. D. bronchioles
Weegy: C.Alveoli are the tiny air sacs in the lungs. (More)
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If a researcher wanted to find someone's rate of respiration what would they measure? A. heart rate B. lung capacity C. body temperature D. oxygen consumption
Weegy: The rate of respiration measures the number of breaths taken in a certain amount of time. A researcher may use rate of respiration to measure oxygen consumption. (More)
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How could the skin respond when the human body is too cold? A. Muscles in the skin cause the hair to stand up. B. Blood flow to the skin increases. C. The body begins shivering to produce heat. D. Sweat is secreted on the surface of the skin.
Weegy: A. Muscles in the skin cause the hair to stand up.In cold weather, skin hairs in both humans and animals stand up (called piloerection), which causes entrapment of the air in the hair web. User: Skin, nails and hair make up the A. skeletal system. B. integumentary system. C. muscular system. D. endocrine system. (More)
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Skin, nails and hair make up the: D. endocrine system.
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Hair and nails are derived from cells of the A. skin. B. bone. C. blood. D. fat tissue.
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Hair and nails are derived from cells of the skin.
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