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Lung Capacity and Rhythms in Breathing

Author(s): Lou Gross1, Monica Beals1, Susan Harrell1

University of Tennessee Knoxville

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Summary:
This module introduces rhythmic inhaling and exhaling in the context of understanding trigonometry and sine waves. It is intended for an introductory biology audience.

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Version 1.0 - published on 15 Feb 2019 doi:10.25334/Q4DX6N - cite this

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Student Introduction: The respiratory system functions to filter, warm, and humidify the air we breathe, and to supply cells with oxygen while removing carbon dioxide. In animals that breathe with lungs, air moves into the lungs through the trachea and then back out again. When each breath is completed, the lung still contains a volume of air, called the residual volume. Each inhalation adds additional air. Each exhalation removes approximately the same volume as was inhaled.

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