Ventilation By hanna, allison, mYaHri

Ventilation is the process of inhalation and exhalation

At rest ventilation is constant and predictable

In any sort of physical exertion the body must compensate for the increased oxygen demand

Sensors within the body tell the central controller and the brain to take in more breaths per minute as well as larger volumes of air per breath

The body needs to get rid of carbon dioxide which is a product of cell respiration and needs to take in oxygen as it is needed for cell respiration to make ATP

Credits:

Created with images by toubibe - "x ray image x ray thorax" • geralt - "anatomy woman human" • skeeze - "runner race competition" • GreenFlames09 - "Brain" • artinthehead - "medical anatomy science" • NICHD NIH - "Neural pathways in the brain"

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