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by Sue Barraclough
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The Respiratory System book. This is an introduction to the respiratory system. The reader is led through each part of the body involved and introduced to what each part does.
Bibliographic Details. Title: Respiratory System: Why am I out of Breath?. Publisher: Heinemann Library. Book Condition: Good. Synopsis: Your body is amazing! There are parts you can see and parts under your skin that you can't see. These parts work together to keep you alive and help you to do incredible things. You need to breathe to stay alive.
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The respiratory system (also respiratory apparatus, ventilatory system) is a biological system consisting of specific organs and structures used for gas exchange in animals and plants. In land animals the respiratory surface is internalized as linings of the lungs.
The respiratory system, also called the gas exchange system, is the body getting rid of carbon dioxide and taking in oxygen. Carbon dioxide, a waste product, goes out of the body
The respiratory system, also called the gas exchange system, is the body getting rid of carbon dioxide and taking in oxygen. Carbon dioxide, a waste product, goes out of the body. Oxygen, which the body needs, comes in. The lungs are the main organ to do this. The first step in this process is breathing in air, or inhaling. Inhalation means bringing air rich in oxygen into the body. Exhalation means giving out air rich in carbon dioxide from the body.
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