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How Do Your Lungs Work? (Rookie Read-About Health (Paperback))

Don L. Curry

How Do Your Lungs Work? (Rookie Read-About Health (Paperback))

by Don L. Curry

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Published by Tandem Library .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Readers - Beginner,
  • Science & Nature - Anatomy & Physiology,
  • Children"s Books/Ages 4-8 Nonfiction

  • The Physical Object
    FormatSchool & Library Binding
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9718603M
    ISBN 101417632569
    ISBN 109781417632565

    Their main job is to take oxygen out of the air you breathe and pass it into your blood. When you inhale, air enters your body through your windpipe, or trachea, the tube that connects your mouth Missing: book. Jayne Waddell is the author of Where Does Your Food Go? ( avg rating, 12 ratings, 1 review, published ), How Do Your Lungs Work? ( avg rating /5(2).

    The right amount and type of activity has many benefits, including natural and healthy restoration of your lungs. Be sure to ask your doctor before you make changes to your exercise routine. The quality of the air that we breathe is a huge factor in our lung health. To keep your lungs healthy, it is important to be aware of harmful pollutants Missing: book.   The left and right lungs are different sizes. The lungs play a part in many functions, including regulating the acidity of the body. Smoking tobacco is the biggest cause of lung Missing: book.

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How Do Your Lungs Work? (Rookie Read-About Health (Paperback)) by Don L. Curry Download PDF EPUB FB2

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Are you an author. Learn about Author Central /5(14). This is a great book to teach young people about lungs. It has pronunciations in parentheses and terrific pictures along with the text and in the glossary. It's level J, so it has little text on the page.4/5.

Books and Authors Top Teaching Blog Teacher's Tool Kit Student Activities The Teacher Store Book Clubs Book Fairs Scholastic Education How Do Your Lungs Work. By Don L. Curry. Grades. Genre. Non-Fiction.

The colorful photos and simple text encourage children to read on their own and learn how the lungs oxygenate the blood. How do your lungs work?. [Don L Curry] -- A simple introduction to the respiratory system. Book: All Authors / Contributors: Don L Curry.

Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Includes index. The lungs are the largest part of the respiratory (ress-per-uh-tor-ee) system. This system takes care of breathing.

Besides the lungs,itincludes your •Nose •Mouth •Throat •Windpipe (large airway) •Airways (that get narrower and narrower and endin small air sacs) Whenit’s working well,it bringsin the oxygen your body needs. The book lungs function when the arachnid moves, which pushes air in and out of the arachnid body.

There are slits on the belly of the arachnid that allow air to enter (and exit) the book lungs. Lungs, Bronchial tube, Alveoli and Cilia.

After absorbing oxygen, the blood leaves the lungs and is carried to the heart. The blood then is pumped through your body to provide oxygen to the cells of your tissues and organs.

When cells use oxygen, carbon dioxide (CO 2) is produced and transferred to the blood. Your blood carries the CO 2 back to your lungs and it is removed when you exhale.

Your lungs bring fresh oxygen into your body. They remove the carbon dioxide and other waste gases that your body's doesn't need.

To breathe in (inhale), you use the muscles of your rib cage – especially the major muscle, the diaphragm. Your diaphragm tightens and flattens, allowing you to suck air into your lungs. Your lungs are part of the respiratory system, a group of organs and tissues that work together to help you breathe.

The respiratory system's main job is to move fresh air into your body while removing waste gases. Why are lungs important. Every cell in your body needs oxygen in order to live. Lungs are the organs that help you breathe. They take a gas that your body needs to get rid of (carbon dioxide) and exchange it for a gas that your body can use.

They also work with your heart to make sure your body has the oxygen-rich blood it needs to function properly. Advertisement. The lungs are the main part of your respiratory system. Here is how lungs work as the center of your breathing, the path a full breath takes in your body, and a 3-D model of lung anatomy.

Book lung, form of respiratory organ found in certain air-breathing arachnid arthropods (scorpions and some spiders). Each book lung consists of a series of thin plates that are highly vascular (i.e., richly supplied with blood) and are arranged in relation to each other like the pages of a book.

These plates extend into an internal pouch formed by the external skeleton that opens to the exterior by a small slit. We have to breathe all the time in order to supply our bodies with oxygen and get rid of carbon dioxide.

We use our lungs to do this. Air travels through your mouth and nose, down your windpipe, to reach your lungs. It gets warm and damp on its journey. Inside the lungs oxygen enters the bloodstream and a waste gas, called carbon dioxide, which could poison the body if its levels.

A book lung is a type of respiration organ used for atmospheric gas exchange that is present in many arachnids, such as scorpions and spiders. Each of these organs is located inside an open ventral abdominal, air-filled cavity and connects with the surroundings through.

When you breathe in (inhale), your lungs remove oxygen from the air. The oxygen is moved into your blood and goes into your heart. Your heart then pumps the oxygen to the rest of your body. When you breathe out (exhale), your lungs remove waste gas (carbon dioxide) from your g: book.

In Touching, the book that discusses our sense of touch, photos show children exploring different tactile aspects (hot, cold, soft, hard, smooth).

There are also pictures of nerve endings (the reason why we can feel things). Books are about 6" x 7" and 30 pages long. ~ Anh. The organs of your body that allow you to breathe are called your lungs. You have two of them that work together, located in your chest inside the rib cage.

The main purpose of your lungs is to breathe in good air and breathe out bad air. The good air contains oxygen, which your body needs. The bad air is a gas called carbon. How Do Your Lungs Work. Rookie Read-About Health Paperback: : Don L. Curry: Books Select Your Cookie Preferences.

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HPBMarketplace's last day is J   When the chest cavity expands there is more space around your lungs. In this condition the lungs can expand, making it a low-pressure area, and air rushes in to balance out the difference in pressure. Then to breathe out the chest cavity and lungs shrink.

This raises the air pressure in your lungs, and the air rushes back out. You breathe in. You breathe out. But what's happening inside? Watch this movie for kids and find out!To Watch full Video of Human Body Parts download from this link: Subscribe here: Missing: book.How the Lungs Work.

To understand COPD better, it helps to know how the lungs work. Air comes in through your nose and mouth, moves through the trachea (tray key uh), and down into the lungs. Air moves farther into your lungs through the bronchial tubes.

The air .