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ЛЕКЦИЯ № 37. Oral glands

All mammals are well supplied with oral glands. There are numerous small glands, such as the labial glands of the lips, buccal glands of the cheeks, [...]

ЛЕКЦИЯ № 36. Oral cavity

The oral cavity forms in the embryo from an in-pocketing of the skin, stomodeum; it is, thus, lined by ectoderm. Functionally, the mouth forms the first [...]

ЛЕКЦИЯ № 35. Pharynx and related areas

The pharynx is a passageway shared by the digestive and respira tory systems. It has lateral, posterior, and medial walls through out, but is open [...]

ЛЕКЦИЯ № 34. Nasal cavities

The anatomical structures that play a central role in the res piratory system are located in the head and neck as well as the thorax. Nasal cavities are [...]

ЛЕКЦИЯ № 33. Pleura

Visceral pleura is a thin serous membrane that covers the outer surface of the lungs. A delicate connective tissue layer of collagen and elastin, [...]

ЛЕКЦИЯ № 32. Respiratory bronchioles

Respiratory bronchioles are areas of transition (hybrids) between the conducting and respiratory portions of the airways. In addi tion to the typical [...]

ЛЕКЦИЯ № 31. Trachea

The trachea, a hollow cylinder supported by 16-20 cartilaginous rings, is continuous with the larynx above and the branching primary bronchi [...]

ЛЕКЦИЯ № 30. Nasopharynx and larynx

Nasopharynx is the first part of the pharynx. It is lined by a pseudostratified, ciliated, columnar. Epithelium with goblet cells: under the epithelium, [...]

ЛЕКЦИЯ № 29. The nose

The respiratory system permits the exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide between air and blood by providing a thin cellular membrane deep in the lung [...]

ЛЕКЦИЯ № 28. Surface tension forces

In a liquid, the proximity of adjacent molecules results large, inter-molecular, attractive (Van der Waals) forces that serve to stabilize the liquid. [...]