Asked Oct 27, 2019

State the function of the following structures:

  1. nasal mucosa  
  2. epiglottis
  3. nasal conchae
  4. paranasal sinuses
  5. trachea
  6. larynx
  7. bronchus
  8. pleural membrane
  9. alveoli

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