Respiratory System | Respiration In Human | CBSE Class 10 Science | Biology

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Respiratory System | Respiration In Human | CBSE Class 10 Science | Biology
Different parts of the Respiratory system are Nose, Larynx, Pharynx, Trachea, Bronchi and Lungs.

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Respiratory System Definition

“Human Respiratory System is the organ system that involves inhaling of oxygen and exhaling of carbon dioxide to meet the energy requirements.”

When we breathe, we inhale oxygen and exhale carbon dioxide. The so-called exchange of gases is necessary for metabolic activities and can be considered a chemical process.

What is the Respiratory System?

The human respiratory system consists of a group of organs and tissues that help us to breathe. Lungs are the primary organs of the respiratory system which help in the exchange of gases.
The other main parts of this system include a series of airways for air passages, blood vessels, and the muscles that facilitate breathing.

Human Respiratory System Diagram

The diagram of the human respiratory system shows different parts involved in the exchange of gases. You can see in this video or the notes of this chapter at our website.

Respiratory System Parts
Let us have a detailed look at the different parts of the respiratory system.


Respiratory System Functions

Inhalation and Exhalation
Exchange of Gases between Lungs and Bloodstream
Exchange of Gases between Bloodstream and Body Tissues
The vibration of the Vocal Cords
Olfaction or Smelling

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