What Are The Breathing Organs In Human Body?


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William Harkin Profile
William Harkin answered
The lungs are the breathing organs
Humble Bumblebee Profile
Anything part of the respiratory system. So you have your lungs, diaphragm, windpipe, nasal cavity, oral cavity, pharynx, epiglottis, larynx and trachea.

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Anthony Valencia Profile
The organs are nose, mouth, trachea, lungs and diaphram.
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
The diaphragm is also an essential organ used to breathe
Kyoko Katayama Profile
Kyoko Katayama answered
The two lungs
Sudipa Sarkar Profile
Sudipa Sarkar answered
The two lungs, which are lobed, are spongy elastic organs filling up most of the chest cavity. They look solid, but in reality consist of a mass of tubes called bronchioles. These tubes branch repeatedly and become finer and finer until they end up as blind-ending alveoli. It is these millions of alveoli that provide enormous surface area for gaseous exchange.

The lungs are in direct contact with the atmosphere through the nostrils, nasal cavity, larynx, trachea (wind pipe) and the two bronchi. Each lung is enclosed by two transparent membranes, the pleurae. The inner one covers the lung itself and the outer one is attached to the chest wall. The chest cavity is air tight and separated from the abdomen by a dome-shaped structure, the diaphragm. The sternum, ribs and backbone, together with muscles of the chest wall, provide a tough box which surround the lungs and heart and afford them essential protection.
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Anonymous answered
Is the pharynx and esophagus included as part of the breathing mechanism in the human body

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