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Respiratory tract

Introduction: Respiratory tract

Description of Respiratory tract

Respiratory tract: The organs that are involved in breathing. These include the nose, throat, larynx, trachea, bronchi, and lungs. Also called the respiratory system.
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Respiratory tract: the passages through which air enters and leaves the body.
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Respiratory tract: Related Topics

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Respiratory tract as an Organ

Respiratory tract (organ): Another name for Respiratory system.

Respiratory tract (organ): The respiratory system includes the organs, structures and...more »

Respiratory tract (organ): The respiratory system plays a vital role in delivering oxygen to the body --- fuel for all the body's

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Broader terms for Respiratory tract

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Hierarchical classifications of Respiratory tract

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