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Question 1: The lungs of most frogs and other ________ are simple balloon-like structures, with gas exchange limited to the outer surface area of the lung.
ReptileChordateBirdAmphibian

Question 2: We find also on the epithelium ________[10] [11] [12]proteins generating hydrogen peroxidde, useful for hypothiocyanite endogenous antimicrobial synthesis.
Neutrophil cytosolic factor 1CYBBDual oxidase 1Dual oxidase 2

Question 3: In Polypterus and the ________, there is only a single lung, albeit divided into two lobes in the former case.
SarcopterygiiChordateQueensland lungfishDevonian

Question 4: Deoxygenated blood from the ________ is pumped through the pulmonary artery to the lungs, where oxygen diffuses into blood and is exchanged for carbon dioxide in the hemoglobin of the erythrocytes.
Circulatory systemLymphatic systemHeartTorso

Question 5: Function not in place in ________ patient lungs [13] [14].
Coeliac diseaseMalignant hyperthermiaPneumoniaCystic fibrosis

Question 6: Some ________ have structures called "book lungs" used for atmospheric gas exchange.
ChelicerataArachnidSpiderInsect

Question 7: In tuataras, snakes, and some ________, the lungs are simpler in structure, similar to that of typical amphibians.
ReptileLizardSquamataHeloderma

Question 8: The environment of the lung is very moist, which makes it hospitable for ________.
CorynebacteriumBacteriaGram-negative bacteriaGram-positive bacteria

Question 9: maintain sterility by producing ________ containing antimicrobial compounds[6] .
Respiratory systemLungInfluenzaMucus

Question 10: During normal ________, expiration is passive and no muscles are contracted (the diaphragm relaxes).
Respiratory systemHypoxia (medical)HemoglobinBreathing
















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