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Respiratory System

Respiratory System

Respiratory System. Function of the Respiratory System. Move oxygen from outside into the body to help carry out cellular respiration. Remove CO2 and H2O, by-products of cellular respiration, from the body. What is Cellular Respiration?.

By albert
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Journey through the GI tract

Journey through the GI tract

Journey through the GI tract. Barb Bancroft, RN, MSN www.barbbancroft.com BBancr9271@aol.com. Open wiiiiiiide…. Let’s take a journey through the GI tract with a few stops along the way…. The Teeth. Tooth loss and heart disease

By mike_john
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ENDOSCOPY

ENDOSCOPY

ENDOSCOPY. surendranaduthila@gmail.com. ENDOSCOPY. Endoscopy, is the examination of internal body cavities using a specialized medical instrument called an endoscope. Physicians use endoscopy to diagnose, monitor, and surgically treat various medical problems. Surendran. K

By libitha
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MICHAEL AND CECILIA IBRU UNIVERSITY

MICHAEL AND CECILIA IBRU UNIVERSITY

MICHAEL AND CECILIA IBRU UNIVERSITY. GST 122: USE OF ENGLISH 2 LECTURER: MRS. CYNTHIA NKECHINYERE ODOGWU First Semester, 2017/2018 Academic Session. Course Outline. Lesson 1: Logical Presentation of Papers Lesson 2:Phonetics

By Gabriel
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Classification of Phonemes

Classification of Phonemes

Classification of Phonemes. 1. Consonants formed by complete or partial obstruction or modification of breath channel by organs of articulation 2. Vowels Produced by articulatory organs moving without obstruction or interference of the vibrating breathstream through breath channel.

By albina
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Human Vocal Production:

Human Vocal Production:

Human Vocal Production:. How we make Sound. How do we produce sound?. The Larynx. The Larynx, also known as the voicebox , is the sound generator in voice production. It connects the throat (pharynx) with the windpipe (trachea) .

By fala
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Hoarseness of Voice and voice disorders

Hoarseness of Voice and voice disorders

Hoarseness of Voice and voice disorders. HOARSENESS. ROUGHNESS OF VOICE RESULTING FROM VARIATIONS OF PERODICITY AND/OR INTENSITY OF CONSECUTIVE SOUND WAVES. HOARSENESS. NORMAL VOICE 1.VOCAL CORDS(VC) SHOULD BE ABLE TO APROXIMATE PROPERLY WITH EACH OTHER 2.PROPER SIZE AND STIFFNESS

By tahlia
(879 views)

Did you hear that SOUND?

Did you hear that SOUND?

Did you hear that SOUND?. Sound is a form of energy that travels in waves. What makes Sound?. 1. Vibration: back and forth motion There can not be sound if there is not any vibration Most vibrations are too fast for you to see. Vibrations require energy—sound is a form of energy.

By reynold
(467 views)

An Introduction to Linguistic Tone

An Introduction to Linguistic Tone

An Introduction to Linguistic Tone. What Is Tone?. We use our vocal cords to change the pitch of speech. (Think about the pitch of a simple English question like “What?” The pitch changes, rising at the end of the question.)

By kristina
(324 views)

Jeopardy

Jeopardy

Jeopardy. People & Sound. Terms. Waves. Trivia. Instruments. Q 1. Q 11. Q 16. Q 21. Q 6. Q 17. Q 2. Q 7. Q 12. Q 22. Q 8. Q 18. Q 3. Q 13. Q 23. Q 9. Q 14. Q 19. Q 24. Q 4. Q 5. Q 10. Q 15. Q 20. Q 25. Final Jeopardy. Question 1. These cause sound waves. Answer 1.

By shay
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ENDOSCOPY

ENDOSCOPY

ENDOSCOPY. surendranaduthila@gmail.com. ENDOSCOPY. Endoscopy, is the examination of internal body cavities using a specialized medical instrument called an endoscope. Physicians use endoscopy to diagnose, monitor, and surgically treat various medical problems. Surendran. K

By saul
(193 views)

Chronic Infections of the Larynx

Chronic Infections of the Larynx

Chronic Infections of the Larynx. - Dr Subhodh H R. Chronic laryngitis Reinke’s edema Pachydermia larynges Atrophic laryngitis TB larynx Lupus of the larynx Syphilis of larynx Leprosy larynx Scleroma larynx. Chronic Hyperaemic laryngitis. Inflammation Without hyperplasia

By trinh
(124 views)

Respiratory System

Respiratory System

Respiratory System. Rachel Priddy & Natasha Crowder. Functions. Cells require oxygen to break down nutrients to release energy and produce ATP and must excrete the carbon dioxide that results. Obtaining oxygen and removing carbon dioxide are the primary functions of the respiratory system. .

By felice
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The Human Respiratory System

The Human Respiratory System

The Human Respiratory System. Respiratory System. Respiratory Structures. Diaphragm Contraction = inhalation Relaxation = exhalation Pharynx Common nasal/oral passageway Larynx “ Voicebox ” containing vocal cords Trachea “Windpipe” leading to lungs Bronchi/bronchioles

By thuraya
(191 views)

Articulatory phonetics

Articulatory phonetics

Articulatory phonetics. the study of how speech sounds are produced Kuiper and Allan Chapter 4.2.2. The Organs of Speech. Speech is produced by a variety of organs also used for other purposes. lungs windpipe (trachea) vocal cords mouth & nose. The Organs of Speech. The Upper Vocal Tract.

By aloysius
(289 views)

Introduction to Speech Production

Introduction to Speech Production

Introduction to Speech Production. Lecture 1. Phonetics and Phonology. Phonetics: The physical manifestation of language in sound waves. How sounds are articulated How sounds are perceived Phonology: The mental representation of sounds. Example: . Phonetics and Phonology. Human Anatomy.

By butch
(322 views)

By: Newton Lo Physics 420

By: Newton Lo Physics 420

The Physics of Sound . &. Sound Reproduction. By: Newton Lo Physics 420. A.K.A. The Paper Cup Phone Why do you hear things on the other end? What is sound anyways ?. The Physics of Sound. Sound travels through the air (and different media) in waves, called Sound Waves

By teenie
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Hormonal Control of Male Reproductive Functions

Hormonal Control of Male Reproductive Functions

Hormonal Control of Male Reproductive Functions. Hormones are secreted by: Hypothalamus Anterior pituitary gland Testes Functions: Development of sperm cells Development of secondary sex characteristics. Hypothalamic and Pituitary Hormones.

By minda
(309 views)

Classification & Identification of English Speech Sounds

Classification & Identification of English Speech Sounds

Classification & Identification of English Speech Sounds. Phonetics. Before proceeding further …. Please download and install IPA font files to see the phonetic symbols used in the slides. Click here or visit SIL webpage . Types of speech sounds. Segmentals Consonants Vowels

By bernad
(1038 views)

The Respiratory System

The Respiratory System

The Respiratory System. Anatomy Ch. 13. The Conducting Zone. Nose Only external visible part of the respiratory system Air enters the nose by passing through the nostrils The interior of the nose consists of the nasal cavity which is divided by the nasal septum

By jana
(533 views)

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