Demonstration

e xamine the prepared microscope slides of the lung tissue of a smoker and a person with emphysema using low-power magnification. How does the smoker's lung tissue compare with that of the normal lung tissue that you examined previously? _

How does the emphysema patient's lung tissue compare with the normal lung tissue? _

Figure 52.3 Label the major features of the larynx: (a) anterior view; (b) posterior view.

Labeled Features Larynx

Figure 52.4 Label the features of the superior aspect of the larynx with the glottis closed.

Anterior

Figure 52.4 Label the features of the superior aspect of the larynx with the glottis closed.

Figure 52.5 Micrograph of a section of the tracheal wall (63x).

Figure 52.6 Micrograph of human lung tissue (35x).

Protektor Echy Morava

Bronchiole

Blood vessel

Lumen of bronchiole

Alveolus

Bronchiole

Blood vessel

Lumen of bronchiole

Alveolus

Essentials of Human Physiology

Essentials of Human Physiology

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