Comic strip about the Respiratory system

Comic strip about the Respiratory system

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  • Hello Clara! it's been a long time!
  • Oh Hi there Andrew!yeah long no see
  • Wow! That's brilliant!
  • it also releases carbon dioxide waste from cells.
  • The respiratory system also collects oxygen from the air and distributes it to the bloodstream.
  • So, what are the functions of all those parts in our bodies?
  • OK. Let me now go through the respiratory system in greater detail. The nose, mouth, trachea, bronchus, lungs, diaphragm, and alveoli are all parts of it.
  • That's an excellent question. The air is warmed, filtered, and moistened by the nose and mouth.
  • The trachea transports air from the larynx to the lungs. The Bronchus is a tube that connects the trachea with each lung.
  • Wow! I had no idea, so please tell me more
  • I've been quite into science lately.
  • Did you know that our respiratory system makes it possible for us to speak?
  • Wow! That was a lot of information, but I believe I understand it now.
  • The lungs, an organ that is responsible for gas exchange, are followed by the diaphragm, a dome-shaped muscle beneath the lungs that expands and contacts to allow air in and out of the lungs.
  • Finally, there are the alveoli, which are the sites where CO2 is exchanged for oxygen.
  • Oh Clara! You're really good at things like science, thank you for sharing your knowledge.
  • I really love sharing some facts about science, thanks for being interested.
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