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Lungs – Five Paragraph Essay on the Respiration System

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Students will blog a five paragraph essay (complete with an introductory, three body paragraphs, and a concluding paragraph) about what happens when people inhale and exhale. A clear thesis statement should be presented and a third body paragraph should detail cellular respiration.

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  1.     The steps of the air entering our lungs. First, the air enters our body through our nose or mouth. Next, the air passes through our throat, in our throat there are the pharynx and the larynx (voice box). Finally, air passes into the tranchen (strong tube) wich divides into two branches (bronchi). Before the air enters your body it has to go through three steps.

  2.      Your lungs are in the part of your body. So when breathing the air or oxygen will pump through your blood. Also breathing with your lungs can make you live. So for example if a person is riding a bike they will smell the air and the air it will pump blood. Now somethings of your lungs are very difficult to breath. Some of the things are oxygen so it can help you breath.

         First your avioli is surrounded by the tiny blood vessels which are capillaries. So in the capillaries, carbon dioxide leaves, So the blood enters the avioli (which is surrounded by tiny blood vessels). So it is CO2 so it is exhaled. So I can breath. Like breathing your lungs will pump the air in your lungs. If someones walking and they will pump air through your lungs. So now all of us may now breath. Even me as a human also animals can breath also

  3. The steps of the air entering our lungs. First, the air enters our body through our nose or mouth. Next, the air passes through our throat, in our throat there are the pharynx and the larynx (voice box). Finally, air passes into the tranchen (strong tube) wich divides into two branches (bronchi). Before the air enters your body it has to go through three steps.
        The air is now in the lungs. First, the bronchi leads the air to a air sac called alveoli. Next, the alveoli is surrouded by tiny blood vessels called capillaries. Then, in the capillaries, oxygen in the air enters the blood, in the capillaries carbon dioxide leaves the blood then it enters alveoli. Finally, CO2 is exhaled. In our body air is now in the lungs

  4.         The first stage in the respiratory system is moving air. First, air enters your body through your nose and your mouth. Then, air passes through your throat where your pharynx and larynx (voice box) are. Finally, air goes into a tube called a trachea which divides into two branches, or bronchi, ending the first stage in this system. Moving air is in the first step in the respiratory system.

            The second stage of the respiratory system is in the lungs. First, after the trachea splits into two to become bronchi, it then leads to air sacs called alveoli. Capillaries, little blood vessels, surround the alveoli. It is in these blood vessels that carbon dioxide and oxygen is switched. Then, carbon dioxide retreats into the alveoli and is exhaled. In the lungs, the second step of the respiratory system is executed.

  5.         The respotory sysystem has three steps. First, the air enters to the nose and the mouth. The nose warms the air up and filters any dust or dirt. Next, the air passes your throut it’s called pharyny and larynx, the larynx is also

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  6. In the respitory system, helps us stay alive. First, the air enters the mouth and the nose, it enters the mouth and the nose so the warm air gets filtered. Next, air passes your throat, it is called a pharynx In the throat you have a voice box called a larynx. Lastly, the air into the trachea called a string tube wich divides braches called a bronchi. The respitory system an important part in the body.

    The respitory system plays an important role in keeping us alive. First, air goes in the bronchi that is in the lungs , leads to the air sacs called the alveoli. Next, in the body the alveoli is surrounded by tiny blood vessels. In the tiny blood vessels

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  7.         The first stage in the respiratory system is the process of breathing air. First, air enters your body through your nose and your mouth. Then, air passes through your throat where your pharynx and larynx (voice box) are. Finally, air goes into a tube called a trachea which divides into two branches, or bronchi, ending the first stage in this system. Breathing air is the first step in the respiratory system.

            The second stage of the respiratory system is in the lungs. First, after the trachea splits into two to become bronchi, it then leads to air sacs called alveoli. Capillaries, little blood vessels, surround the alveoli. It is in these blood vessels that carbon dioxide and oxygen is switched. Then, carbon dioxide retreats into the alveoli and is exhaled. In the lungs, the second step of the respiratory system is executed.

  8.     The steps of the air entering our lungs. First, the air enters our body through our nose or mouth. Next, the air passes through our throat, in our throat there are the pharynx and the larynx (voice box). Finally, air passes into the trachea a strong tube witch divides into two branches called bronchi. Before the air enters your body it has to go through three steps.
        The air is now in the lungs. First, the bronchi leads the air to a air sac called alveoli. Next, the alveoli is surrounded by tiny blood vessels called capillaries. Then, in the capillaries, oxygen in the air enters the blood, in the capillaries carbon dioxide leaves the blood then it enters alveoli. Finally, CO2 is exhaled. In our body air is now in the lungs

  9.         The first stage in the respiratory system is the process of breathing air. First, air enters your body through your nose and your mouth. Then, air passes through your throat where your pharynx and larynx (voice box) are. Finally, air goes into a tube called a trachea which divides into two branches, or bronchi, ending the first stage in this system. The inhaling of air is the first step in the respiratory system.

            The second stage of the respiratory system is in the lungs. First, after the trachea splits into two to become bronchi, it then leads to air sacs called alveoli. Capillaries, little blood vessels, surround the alveoli. It is in these blood vessels that carbon dioxide and oxygen is switched. Then, carbon dioxide retreats into the alveoli and is exhaled. In the lungs, the second step of the respiratory system is executed.

  10.          The first stage of the respiratory system is the air goes in your body in a couple steps. First, air enters through your nose or mouth. Your nose warmths the air and filters the dirt. Second, air passes your throat. While passing your throat the air passes the pharynx and the larynx (voice box). Third, air passes into the trachea which divides into to branches (Bronchi). In a couple steps the air goes in your body.

             The second stage in the respiratory is something that keeps us alive. First, bronchi leads to the air sacs called alveoli. Second , the alveoli is surrounded by tiny blood vessels called capillaries. Third in the capillaries oxygen in air enters the blood in capillaries carbon dioxide leaves the blood and enters the alveoli where co2 is exhaled. Something important is the respiratory system for us.

  11.         The air goes in using three simple steps in the first stage of the respretory system.First,air enters through the nose or the mouth into warm air filters.Second,air passes through your throat in the pharynx and the larynx (voice box).Finally,air passes into the trachea (strong tubes) wich devides into two branches called bronchi.Using three easy steps the air goes in on the first stage of the respretory system.

            The second stage of the respritory system plays an important role in keeping us alive.First,air goes into the bronchi which is in the lungs leads to the air sacs called alveoli.Second,the alveoli is surrounded by tiny blood vessels called capillaries.Finally,in the capillaries,carbon dioxide leaves the blood entering the alveoli-CO2 and is exhaled.The second stage of the respritory system has an important part in in us to be breathing.

  12.     The first stage of the respiratory system is simple.First of all, air enters into the nose and mouth.Secondly, the air passes the throat and then past the pharynx and larynx.Next, the air goes into the trachea which divides into the two branches that is the bronchi.The first step of the respiratory system is easy.
        The second stage of the respiratory system happens in the lungs.First, in the lungs the two bronchi leads to the air sacs called alveoli.The alveoli is surrounded by tiny blood vessels called the capillaries.Then, inside the capillaries, oxygen in the air enters the blood.Next, carbon dioxide leaves the blood and goes into the alveoli.After that, carbon dioxide is exhaled out.The second part of the respiratory system is performed in the lungs.

  13.     Air passing and entering the lungs is important. First,air enters from the nose and mouth. The air is warmed and cleaned when it pases though the nose.Secondly,air passes though the throat, in the throat there are two things which are called the larynx which is the voice box and the pharynx.Finally, air passes in the trachea which is a strong tube that divides into two branches which is now called the bronchi. Air going though and entering the lungs is one part that is important.
        The lungs is another important part in the body. First, the bronchi in the lungs goes to the air sacs called the alveoli, which is surrounded by tiny blood vessels called the capillaries. Then, in the capillaries oxygen in the air enters the blood in the capillaries. After, that carbon dioxide leaves the blood and enters the alveoli.Finally, the co2 which is carbon dioxide is exhaled.The lungs in the body is important.

  14.     The first stage of the respiratory system is simple. First of all, the air enters into the nose and mouth. Secondly, the air passes the throat and then past the pharynyx and the larynx. Lastly, the air passes into the trachea and which divides into the two branches. the respiratory system is easy.

        The second stage about the respiratory system happens in the lungs. First the lungs and the two brochi leads to the air sacs-alveoil. Second, alveoil is surrounded by tiny blood vessels that are called capillaries. Then, in the capilliaries oxygen in the air enters the blood through the capillaries and the the carbon dioxide leaves the blood then it enters the alveoli and the co2 is exhaled. The second stage of the repiratory system performed through the lungs.

  15.     The air must go through these three steps. First,air enters our nose and mouth,the nose warms air filters (no dirt). Next air passes through your throat (larynx voice box). Lastly, air passes into two branches(bronchi). Air must go through those steps so we can breath.
        Traveling, blood to the lungs is an important part of the human body. First,(two)bronchi (in the lungs)leads to the air sacs-alveoli. Next alveoli surrounded by tiny blood vessels-called capillaries. Finally in the capillaries(blood vessels),oxygen in the air enters blood in the capillaries,carbon dioxide leaves the blood enters alveoli-(o2 is exchanged). The air must do something to help the lungs.

  16.         The respiratory system has three steps. First, the air enters to the nose and the mouth. The nose warms the air up and filters any dirt or dust. Next, the air passes your throat it’s called pharynx and the larynx and the voice box. Finally, the air passes into the trachea which divides into two branches. The trachea is a strong tube. Respiratory system is important to our whole body.
            The lungs has four steps in the respiratory system. First, the bronchi leads to the air sacs called alveoli. Alveoli is surrounded by tiny blood vessels called capillaries. In the capillaries, oxygen in the air enters blood in the capillaries. Carbon dioxide leaves the blood and enters the alveoli. Then Carbon dioxide is exhaled. The lungs in the respiratory system is very important to us so we can breath.

  17.     The first stage in the respiratory system has only three steps. First, air enters the nose and mouth, the nose warms the air and filters it. Next, air passes your throat, in your throat there are two things, the larynx and the pharynx. Then, air passes into the tracea which divides into two bronchi. Three steps is all it takes in the first stage of the respiratory system.

        The second stage in the respiratory system happens in the lungs. First, the bronchi leads to air sacs called alveoli. Secondly, the alveoli is surrounded by tiny blood vessels, called capillaries. Next, in the capillaries, oxygen in air enters capillaries, carbon dioxide leaves the blood, enters the alveoli, and is exhaled. In the lungs is where the second stage happens.

  18.          The first stage in the respiratory system is moving air. First, air enters the nose and the mouth. It is better to breath in through your nose because it warms and filters the air too. Secondly, air passes your throat, In your throat there are two things called the pharynx and your larynx, the larynx is your voice box. Finally, air passes through the trachea witch will divide into two separate branches, then will become bronchi.The respiratory system is moving air in the first stage.
             The second stage of the respiratory system is inside the lungs. First, bronchi witch is in the lungs leads to air sacs called alveoli. Secondly, the alveoli is surrounded by tiny blood vessels called capillaries. Finally, in the capillaries the oxygen in the air enters the blood in the capillaries . carbon dioxide will then leave the blood and alveoli is then exhaled. In the lungs is where the second step in the respiratory system happends.

  19.         The first stage is about the respirotory system moving air. First, air enters your body through your nose and your mouth. Then, air passes your throat where your pharynx and your larynx are located. Finally, air gos into your trachea which divides into two branches which is called the bronchi. In the respirotry system air is moving around.

            The second stage is about the respirotory system in the lungs. First, the trachea spilts into two. Then, it leads into air sacs called the alveoli. Next, there is blood vessels that surround the alveoli called capilleries. Finally in the capilleries oxygen in the air enters the blood. In the capilleries carbon dixiode leaves the blood then enters the alveoli where CO2 is exhaled. In the lungs the second step of the respirotory system is how the lungs work.

  20.     The first stage in the respiratory system is breathing in. First, air enters the nose and mouth, the nose warms the air and filters it. Next, air passes your throat, in your throat there are two things, the larynx and the pharynx. Then, air passes into the tracea which divides into two bronchi. The first step in the respiratory is inhaling air.

        The second stage in the respiratory system happens in the lungs. First, the bronchi leads to air sacs called alveoli. Secondly, the alveoli is surrounded by tiny blood vessels, called capillaries. Next, in the capillaries, oxygen in air enters capillaries, carbon dioxide leaves the blood, enters the alveoli, and is exhaled. In the lungs is where the second stage happens.

  21. Marlyna says:
    March 27, 2014 at 9:54 am

    The first stage in the respiratory system is moving air. First, air enters the nose and the mouth. It is better to breath in through your nose because it warms and filters the air too. Secondly, air passes your throat, In your throat there are two things called the pharynx and your larynx, the larynx is your voice box. Finally, air passes through the trachea witch will divide into two separate branches, then will become bronchi.The respiratory system is moving air in the first stage.
    The second stage of the respiratory system is inside the lungs. First, bronchi witch is in the lungs leads to air sacs called alveoli. Secondly, the alveoli is surrounded by tiny blood vessels called capillaries. Finally, in the capillaries the oxygen in the air enters the blood in the capillaries . carbon dioxide will then leave the blood and alveoli is then exhaled. In the lungs is where the second step in the respiratory system happends.

  22.     The first stage of the respiratory system is about .First of all, air enters into the nose and mouth.Secondly, the air passes the throat and then past the pharynx and larynx.Next, the air goes into the trachea which divides into the two branches that is the bronchi.The first step of the respiratory system is easy.
    The second stage of the respiratory system happens in the lungs.First, in the lungs the two bronchi leads to the air sacs called alveoli.The alveoli is surrounded by tiny blood vessels called the capillaries.Then, inside the capillaries, oxygen in the air enters the blood.Next, carbon dioxide leaves the blood and goes into the alveoli.After that, carbon dioxide is exhaled out.The second part of the respiratory system is performed in the lungs.

  23.     You need the respitory system to breathe. First, air enters your mouth and nose. Your nos warms and filters the air. Then, air passes your throat through the pharynx and larynx. Finally, air passes into the trachea witch divide into bronchi. The respitory system is how you breathe.

        The respitory system continues in the lungs. First, in the lungs two bronchi lead to the alveoli. Alveoli are surrounded by tiny blood vessels called capillaries
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  24.         When air goes through your body it has a process before getting exhaled .First,air will enter through your nose or mouth.Then,the air will pass through your throat ,pharynx,and,larynx. Finally,air will go in the voice box and then tranche which is a strong tube that separates in two branches called bronchi.Air goes through a couple steps before being ex held.
            In the second stage there is a process in your respiratory system.First,inside your lungs bronchi lead to air sacks called alveoli. Next,alveoli is surrounded by tiny blood vessels.Then,there is the capillaries. Oxygen and air enters blood inside

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  25. The first stage of the respiratory system is the air goes in your body in a couple steps. First, air enters through your nose or mouth. Your nose warms the air and filters the dirt. Second, air passes your throat. While passing your throat the air passes the pharynx and the larynx (voice box). Third, air passes into the trachea which divides into to branches (Bronchi). In a couple steps the air goes in your body.

    The second stage in the respiratory is something that keeps us alive. First, bronchi leads to the air sacs called alveoli. Second , the alveoli is surrounded by tiny blood vessels called capillaries. Third in the capillaries oxygen in air enters the blood in capillaries carbon dioxide leaves the blood and enters the alveoli where co2 is exhaled. Something important is the respiratory system for us.

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  26.         The first stage in the respitory system is about how you breath in. First the air enters the nose and mouth. Secondly the air passes the pharynx and larynx inside the throat. Finally the air goes

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  27. The first stage of the respiratory system is about how you breath. First of all, the air enters into the nose and mouth. Secondly, the air passes the throat and then past the pharynx and the larynx. Lastly, the air passes into the trachea and which divides into the two branches. The respiratory system is how you breath.

    The second stage about the respiratory system happens in the lungs. First the lungs and the two bronchi leads to the air sacs-alveoli Second, alveoli is surrounded by tiny blood vessels that are called capillaries. Then, in the capilliaries oxygen in the air enters the blood through the capillaries and the the carbon dioxide leaves the blood then it enters the alveoli and the co2 is exhaled. The second stage of the repiratory system performed through the lungs.

  28.     The lungs are a big part of the first stage of respiratory system.First air enters your nose or mouth,it gets filtered. Next air passes your throat and arrives at the pharynx and larynx. Finally the air passes into the trachea divides into two branches called bronchi.The lungs are apart of the respiratory system.

        The second stage of the respiartory system is apart of how we breath. First bronchi leads to sacs called alveoli is surrounded

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  29. The lungs are a big part of the first stage of the respatory system. First, the air enters to the nose and the mouth. The nose warms the air up and filters any dirt or dust. Next, the air passes your throat it’s called pharynx and the larynx and the voice box. Finally, the air passes into the trachea which divides into two branches. The trachea is a strong tube. Respiratory system is important to our whole body.
    The second stage of the respatory system is apart of how we breath. First, the bronchi leads to the air sacs called alveoli. Alveoli is surrounded by tiny blood vessels called capillaries. In the capillaries, oxygen in the air enters blood in the capillaries. Carbon dioxide leaves the blood and enters the alveoli. Then Carbon dioxide is exhaled. The lungs in the respiratory system is very important to us so we can breath.

  30.      The noise and the mouth collects air. It is used in a process. Also, it passes through the throat, were the lungs are. They are called pharynx and laynk. There is a strong tube called trachea. There are vessels that are around the alveoli. It divides into two branches called bronchi. Both of the mouth and noise is the only part of the body that gets air.     The air enters in two parts of the body. They are the noise and mouth. First, the alveoli is around by tiny blood. They are called vessels. Secondly, vessels are from oxygen. It will enter in the blood. Then, carbon dioxide leaves the blood then enters the alveoli. Next, the co2 is exhaled. The two parts enters air.

  31.     The first stage of respiratory system is breathing in. First,air enters our nose and mouth,the nose warms air filters (no dirt). Next air passes through your throat (larynx voice box). Lastly, air passes into two branches(bronchi). Air must go through the first stage of respiratory system of breathing.
    The second stage of respiratory system is in the lungs. First,(two)bronchi (in the lungs)leads to the air sacs-alveoli. Next alveoli surrounded by tiny blood vessels-called capillaries. Finally in the capillaries(blood vessels),oxygen in the air enters blood in the capillaries,carbon dioxide leaves the blood enters alveoli-(o2 is exchanged). The air must go to the second stage of respiratory system (in the lungs).
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  32. When air goes through your body it has a process before getting exhaled .First,air will enter through your nose or mouth.Then,the air will pass through your throat ,pharynx,and,larynx. Finally,air will go in the voice box and then tranche which is a strong tube that separates in two branches called bronchi.Air goes through a couple steps before being ex held.
    In the second stage there is a process in your respiratory system.First,inside your lungs bronchi lead to air sacks called alveoli. Next,alveoli is surrounded by tiny blood vessels.Then,there is the capillaries. Oxygen then enters blood inside capillaries.Then,the carbon dioxide leaves the blood. The blood enters alveoli co2 and is exhaled.The air you inhale goes through a process before being exhaled.

  33.         Air has to enter the body to begin the respiratory system. First oxygen enters through the mouth or nose. If passed through the nose, it warms and fil

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  34.     The lungs are a big part of the first stage of respiratory system.First air enters your nose or mouth,it gets filtered. Next air passes your throat and arrives at the pharynx and larynx. Finally the air passes into the trachea divides into two branches called bronchi.The lungs are apart of the respiratory system.

        The second stage of the respiartory system is apart of how we breath. First bronchi leads to sacs called alveoli is surrounded by tiny blood vessels that we call capillaries. Then in the capillaries oxegen in the aveoli. Finnaly carbon dioxide is now exhaled. There are many stages of the respretory system.

  35.         Air has to enter the body to begin the process. First, oxygen enters through the mouth or nose. If passed through the nose, it warms and filters the air, not letting dirt fly in. Then, it goes down the throat passing the pharynx and larynx(, the voice box). Finally, it passes into a strong tube, called the trachea, which splits off into two branches. These two branches are known as the bronchi. The first step in the respiratory system is for the gas, oxygen to enter the body.
            Once the oxygen reaches the lungs, it will be exchanged for carbon dioxide. First, after it passed through the bronchi, it leads to small air sacs called aveoli. the aveoli is surrounded by tiny blood vessels. These blood vessels are called capillaries. Next, after entering through the capillaries, the oxygen that entered the body emerges with the blood. Opposite of oxygen, CO2 leaves the blood. Finally, the carbon dioxide will be exhaled. Gases will be traded, after the oxygen makes its way to the lungs.

  36. There are many stage of how air enters the lungs.. First,air enters from the nose and mouth. The air is warmed and cleaned when it pases though the nose.Secondly,air passes though the throat, in the throat there are two things which are called the larynx which is the voice box and the pharynx.Finally, air passes in the trachea which is a strong tube that divides into two branches which is now called the bronchi. Air going though and entering the lungs is the first stage.
    The lungs is the second stage. . First, the bronchi in the lungs goes to the air sacs called the alveoli, which is surrounded by tiny blood vessels called the capillaries. Then, in the capillaries oxygen in the air enters the blood in the capillaries. After, that carbon dioxide leaves the blood and enters the alveoli.Finally, the co2 which is carbon dioxide is exhaled.The lungs have many stages.

  37.         The first stage in the respitory system is about how you breath in. First the air enters the nose and mouth. Secondly the air passes the pharynx and larynx inside the throat. Finally the air goes into the tranchea which divides into two branches called bronchi. This stage in the respitory system is about how you breath in.

            This stage in the respitory system is about how air is in the lungs. First the two bronchi in the lungs

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  38.     The respiratory system is about our breathing. First,air enters the nose or mouth. The nose filters enters air so you don’t breath dirt. Next,is that the air passes your throat’s pharyny and larynx. Also,it passes through the trachen which mean strong tube. Finally the trachen divides into two branches and there called bronchi. In the lungs is where it starts.     In the 2nd stage of the resirotary system is about the lungs. First,the bronchi leads to the air

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  39.     The respiratory system is about our breathing. First,air enters the nose or mouth. The nose filters enters air so you don’t breath dirt. Next,is that the air passes your throat’s pharyny and larynx. Also,it passes through the trachen which mean strong tube. Finally the trachen divides into two branches and there called bronchi. In the lungs is where it starts.     In the 2nd stage of the resirotary system is about the lungs. First,the bronchi leads to the air

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  40. In the first stage of the respiratory system is single. First, the air enters the mouth and the nose. Next, when it enters the nose the warm air gets filtered. then, air passes your throat, it is called a pharynx and in the throat you have a voice box called a larynx . Lastly, the air passes into the trachea called string tubes witch divides into two branches called the bronchi. In the respiratory system the first stage is single.

    In the second stage of the respiratory system is in the lungs. First, in the lungs the bronchi leads to the air sacs called the alveoli. Next, the alveoli is surrounded by tiny blood vessels called capillaries. Then, in the air enters blood in the capillaries

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  41.     The air that you breathe in goes into the first step of the respiratory system.First of all, the air enters into the nose and mouth.Secondly, the air pass the throat and then past the trachea which divides into the two branches that is the bronchi.The first step of the respiratory system takes the air that you breathe to the lungs.
        The second stage of the respiratory system happens in the lungs.First, in the lungs, the two bronchi leads to the air sacs called alveoli.The alveoli is surrounded by tiny blood vessels that is called capillaries, oxygen in the air enters the blood.Next, carbon dioxide leaves the blood and goes into the alveoli.After that,carbon dioxide is exhaled out.The second part of the respiratory system is performed in the lungs.

  42. 1st paragraph of breathing in.First,air enters your noes and your mouth its called warm air fitters the warm air fitters dont let dirt go in your noes.Second,air passes your thoat and blood passes through your pharyny and larynx but the larynx is called the voice box.Next,the air passes into your trachea through your strong tubes which divides into two branches called the bronchi.

    2nd paragraph of the lungs.First,in the lungs bronchi leads to air saces alveoli.Second,alveoli

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  43.     Floating in the air I suddenly get sucked in through somebody’s nose. In the throat I enter the trachea. Quickly, I go to the right side of the lung and into the bronchi. Now with more oxygen in the alveoli we get absorbed by blood. The respitory system gives your body oxygen, blood absorbs oxygen and releases.

         You need the respitory system to breathe. First, air enters your mouth and nose. Your nos warms and filters the air. Then, air passes your throat through the pharynx and larynx. Finally, air passes into the trachea witch divide into bronchi. The respitory system is how you breathe.

    The respitory system continues in the lungs. First, in the lungs two bronchi lead to the alveoli. Alveoli are surrounded by tiny blood vessels called capillaries
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  44. Floating around the air I enter the nose I go down through the throat.Rapidly going down the trachea I go to either side of the lungs and go through the bronchi.The respritory system helps oxygen travel to the lungs.

    The air goes in using three simple steps in the first stage of the respretory system.First,air enters through the nose or the mouth into warm air filters.Second,air passes through your throat in the pharynx and the larynx (voice box).Finally,air passes into the trachea (strong tubes) wich devides into two branches called bronchi.Using three easy steps the air goes in on the first stage of the respretory system.

    The second stage of the respritory system plays an important role in keeping us alive.First,air goes into the bronchi which is in the lungs leads to the air sacs called alveoli.Second,the alveoli is surrounded by tiny blood vessels called capillaries.Finally,in the capillaries,carbon dioxide leaves the blood entering the alveoli-CO2 and is exhaled.The second stage of the respritory system has an important part in in us to be breathing.

            Cellular respiration happens in animal cells.First,our blood cells in the capillaries gets oxygen from air in the alveoli from the small intestine.Second,oxygen and sugar goes in the oval sacs.Third,the oval sacs break down the gluclose with oxygen and releases the energy.Fourth,carbon dioxide leave from the cells back into the blood cells in the capillaries.Finally,the capillaries take carbon dioxide cells to the lungs so they can be oxygenated.Animal cells have cellular respiration in them.

            Using the respritory system it helps oxygen go to the lungs.If we did not breathe all living creaters would die!Not breathing is like not having a brain,we need them to survive.

  45.     Floating in the air, someone inhales me into her nose.Inside the body, I pass through the throat and into a dark tube that is the trachea.Quickly, I enter the blood in the alveoli.To be able to help the human body to continue its life makes me feel glad to help.The respiratory system helps get the oxygen that the body needs to function while getting rid of the waste it makes.
        The air that you breathe in goes into the first stage of the respiratory system.First of all, the air enters into the nose and mouth.Secondly, the air passes the throat and then past the parynx and larynx (voice box).Next, the air goes into the trachea that divides into two branches that is called the bronchi.The first step of the respiratory system takes the air that you breathe in to the bronchi.
        The second step of the respiratory system happens in the lungs.First, in the lungs, the two bronchi leads to the air sacs called alveoli.The alveoli is surrounded by tiny blood vessels that is called the capillaries.Then, inside the capillaries, oxygen in the air enters the blood.Next, carbon dioxide leaves the blood and goes into the alveoli.After that, carbon dioxide is exhaled out.The second part of the respiratory system is performed in the lungs.
        The cellular respiration happens all the time throughout your body.First, blood cells in the capillaries absorbs oxygen from the air in the alveoli and nutrients from the small intestine.Then, the oxygen and nutrients exits the the blood cell and into another cell.The sugar then gets breaks down with oxygen, releasing the energy store in the sugar.The reaction between sugar and oxygen also create carbon dioxide and water.The carbon dioxide exits the cell and back into the blood cells in the capilaries which would take it back to the lungs to be deoxygenated.Oxygen is turned into carbon dioxide in the cellular respiration.
        The body needs the respiratory system to get oxygen that it needs and to get rid of the trash that is produced.This system is important for our body because it helps us breathe.Without the respiratory system, we wouldn’t be alive.

  46.         Floating in air, i was vacuumed up a human’s nostril as he inhales. Swiftly, I passed his throat and entered a strong tube called the trachea. Into the left bronchi, I was absorbed by the blood in the aveoli. I was given to the body cells and used by the body to extend its life. The respiratory system is needed to get the body the necessary oxygen to keep functioning.
            Air has to enter the body to begin the process. First, oxygen enters through the mouth or nose. If passed through the nose, it warms and filters the air, not letting dirt fly in. Then, it goes down the throat passing the pharynx and larynx(, the voice box). Finally, it passes into a strong tube, called the trachea, which splits off into two branches. These two branches are known as the bronchi. The first step in the respiratory system is for the gas, oxygen to enter the body.
            Once the oxygen reaches the lungs, it will be exchanged for carbon dioxide. First, after it passed through the bronchi, it leads to small air sacs called aveoli. the aveoli is surrounded by tiny blood vessels. These blood vessels are called capillaries. Next, after entering through the capillaries, the oxygen that entered the body emerges with the blood. Opposite of oxygen, carbon dioxide leaves the blood. Finally, the carbon dioxide will be exhaled. Gases will be traded, after the oxygen makes its way to the lungs.
            The cellular respiration happens continually everytime the blood receives oxygen. First, the blood cells in the capillaries, collects oxygen and nutrients. The oxygen and sugar exits the blood cell and into a body cell. Then, once entered, it enters the mitochondria. Inside the mitochondria, oxygen is used to break down sugar, releasing energy, which is stored in ATP. Lastly, the effect from the sugar and oxygen created water and carbon dioxide. These produced materials are departed during a gas exchange. The cellular respiration doesn’t ever stop when the oxygen is delivered.
            The respiratory system is used to help get the body, the oxygen it needs. We breathe because we need oxygen so our body will function. Without the respiratory system its like a fish not getting water.

  47.  &nbsp      Floating in the air, I am sucked into someone’s hairy nostrils. Excitedly, I venture down the throat and the high speed elevator called a trachea. Inside branches, once the trachea splits into two, I enter air sacs called alveoli. It is in these air sacs that I enter blood. Flowing in the blood, the body uses me to survive. Humans can’t survive without the respiratory system.

            The first stage in the respiratory system is the process of breathing air. First, air enters your body through your nose or your mouth. Then, air passes through your throat where your pharynx and larynx (voice box) are. Finally, air goes into a tube called a trachea which divides into two branches, or bronchi, ending the first stage in this system. The inhaling of air is the first step in the respiratory system.

             The second stage of the respiratory system is in the lungs. First, after the trachea splits into two to become bronchi, it then leads to air sacs called alveoli. Capillaries, little blood vessels, surround the alveoli. It is in these blood vessels that carbon dioxide and oxygen is switched. Then, carbon dioxide retreats into the alveoli and is exhaled. In the lungs, the second phase of the respiratory system is executed.

            Cellular respiration happens all around your body. First, when gas exchange is done, blood cells collect oxygen from the alveoli. Next, oxygen and nutrients leave the blood cells and join body cells. Once in the body cells, oxygen and sugar is broken down, releasing the energy inside of them. Then. the energy is stored away for the body to use. Reaction between glucose and oxygen creates carbon dioxide and water. Finally, the capillaries take the deoxygenated blood cells back to the lungs to be oxygenated, restarting the respiratory system. Everywhere in your body there is cellular respiration.

            The respiratory system is required for humans to live. If the respiratory system doesn’t work then humans won’t be able to get the oxygen they need. Resulting in the end of the human race. Do you want to live?

  48.     Having to enter someones notril,ill enter their nose when they inhale.Quickly,I will pass through there throught and enter the thracea,wich is a dark tube.Into the right side of the lung,ill pass throgh the bronchi it will lead me to the alvoli and exchange gas there. The respitory system has to enter someones body to get oxygen and get rid of its waste.
        The first stage of respiratory system is breathing in. First,air enters our nose and mouth,the nose warms air filters (no dirt). Next air passes through your throat (larynx voice box). Lastly, air passes into two branches(bronchi). Air must go through the first stage of respiratory system of breathing.
        The second stage of respiratory system is in the lungs. First,(two)bronchi (in the lungs)leads to the air sacs-alveoli. Next alveoli surrounded by tiny blood vessels-called capillaries. Finally in the capillaries(blood vessels),oxygen in the air enters blood in the capillaries,carbon dioxide leaves the blood enters alveoli-(o2 is exchanged). The air must go to the second stage of respiratory system (in the lungs).
        How does cellular respiration happen in animal cells?First,you may recall that animal cells,need oxygen to carry out cellular respiration. Then the reaction between sugar and oxygen also prouduces carbon dioxide and water diffuse from the cells,back into the capillaries. Blood cells in the capillaries collect oxygen from the air in the alveoli,and nutriens from the small intestine. Cellular respiration is happening all the time and it dosen’t stop.
        The respitory system has to enter someones body to get oxygen and get rid of its waste. We have to breath because if we don’t breath in or out we can die and the plats,breath out oxygen for us and we breath out carbon doixide so we both need each other to live. Can you imagin how the world whould be like with out oxygen nor carbon dioxide?

  49.     Frightningly I get sucked into somebodys nose or mouth. Then I get filtered and get warmed up and flow through tubes in your throat than arrive at the at the lungs. Quickly I travel to the trachea and then flow to the aveoli. I am what you breath evryday. The respretory system is important to get you oxegen in your body.
        The respretory system is what helps you breath. When you breath in air through your mouth or nose it gets filtered and warmed up. Then,the air travels through throat passed the larynx and pharynx. Soon I enter the trachea. Breathing is how you get oxeygen.
        The lungs are necessary for the respretory system. Once you enter the lungs,you than come upon the trachea. The trachea splits into two branches. Quickly you go through the branches into the aveoli. Lungs are apart of the respretory system. Cellurlar resperation happens in the lungs of the respretory system. When the air enters the aveoli the oxegen passes through by diffusion. The aveoli is surrounded by capillaries.

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  50.      Your lungs are in the part of your body. So when breathing the air or oxygen will pump through your blood. Also breathing with your lungs can make you live. So for example if a person is riding a bike they will smell the air and the air it will pump blood. Now somethings of your lungs are very difficult to breath. Some of the things are oxygen so it can help you breath.

         First your avioli is surrounded by the tiny blood vessels which are capillaries. So in the capillaries, carbon dioxide leaves, So the blood enters the avioli (which is surrounded by tiny blood vessels). So it is CO2 so it is exhaled. So I can breath. Like breathing your lungs will pump the air in your lungs. If someones walking and they will pump air through your lungs. So now all of us may now breath. Even me as a human also animals can breath also.

         Blood cells in the capillaries collect oxygen. From the air in the avioli. So nutrients from the small intestine.So as capillaries throughout the body come in with contact. With the other body cells. So as oxygen and sugar enter the cell and once in the cell resperation. So the blood cells will be pumped.

         Your lungs, people can breath cause when you breath in your nose the air gets pumped it goes through your throat then the air enters the tube of the trachea which is a strong tube . So the bronchi will divide into two branches. So you larenx and pharenx which is your voice box makes you talk and breath. Now in the capillaries oxygen in the air enters the blood in the capillaries. So now the air leaves your nose and you will keep doing it over and over. also the avioli is a important one so when air leaves your body the blood enters the avioli. So its exhaled. Now people will breath will get the body oxygen so its necessary.

         Mostly how people breath is that when you breath your nose will make you breath. Now entering the trachea also it will do it automaticlly by itself. So now the air gets pumped. So the air gets pumped into your larnx and pharnx and mostly pump the air into your trachea and you will collect oxygen and to the waste. So when I breath the air the air will go through my trachea and will go out to my nose. So now I may able to breath. Sometimes breathing can be hard and a lot of times you may able to breath.

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