Human Biology: Respiratory System

Human Biology: Respiratory System
Human Biology: Respiratory System
Human Biology: Respiratory System
Human Biology: Respiratory System
Human Biology: Respiratory System
Human Biology: Respiratory System
Human Biology: Respiratory System
Human Biology: Respiratory System
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This resource was created to fulfill all of the curricula objectives for the respiration section of Biology 12 for British Columbia. This resource is excellent for any respiration unit in a senior biology program.

Estimated Time: 6–8 hours

By the end of this course, students will have an understanding of the structures and function of the respiratory system.

Vocabulary
alveoli, aortic bodies, bicarbonate ions, bronchi, bronchioles, arbaminohemoglobin, carbon dioxide, carbonic anhydrase, carotid bodies, cilia, diaphragm, exhalation, external respiration, hydrogen ions, inhalation, intercostal (rib) muscles, internal respiration, larynx, lungs, mucus, nasal cavity, oxygen, oxyhemoglobin, pH, pharynx, pleural membrane, reduced hemoglobin, respiratory centre in the medulla oblongata, respiratory tract, ribs, stretch receptors, thoracic cavity, trachea

Knowledge
• structures of the respiratory system and their inter-relationships
• processes of breathing
• internal and external respiration
• role of various substances in stimulating breathing

C8 analyse the functional interrelationships of the structures of the respiratory system

identify and give functions for each of the following:
– nasal cavity
– pharynx
– larynx
– trachea
– bronchi
– bronchioles
– alveoli
– diaphragm and ribs
– pleural membranes
– thoracic cavity

explain the roles of cilia and mucus in the respiratory tract

explain the relationship between the structure and function of alveoli

C9 analyse the processes of breathing

describe the interactions of the following structures in the breathing process:
– respiratory centre in the medulla oblongata
– lungs
– pleural membranes
– diaphragm
– intercostal (rib) muscles
– stretch receptors

compare the processes of inhalation and exhalation

explain the roles of carbon dioxide and hydrogen ions in stimulating the respiratory centre in the medulla oblongata

explain the roles of oxygen, carbon dioxide, and hydrogen ions in stimulating carotid and aortic bodies

C10 analyse internal and external respiration

describe the exchange of carbon dioxide and oxygen during internal and external respiration, including
– location of exchange
– conditions that favour exchange (e.g., pH, temperature)

explain the roles of oxyhemoglobin, carbaminohemoglobin, reduced hemoglobin, bicarbonate ions, and carbonic anhydrase in the transport of carbon dioxide and oxygen in the blood

write the chemical equations for internal and external respiration
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40 pages
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