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The conducting zone of the respiratory system is made up of the trachea, bronchi, bronchioles, and terminal bronchioles.
Additional recommended knowledge
The conducting zone represents the 1st through the 16th division of the respiratory tract.
- Low resistance pathway for airflow
- Warms and moistens air
|Anatomy of torso, respiratory system: Lungs and related structures|
cardiac notch •
cardiac impression •
borders (anterior, posterior, inferior) •
surfaces (costal, mediastinal, diaphragmatic) •
fissures (oblique, horizontal)
respiratory bronchiole •
alveolar duct •
parietal pleura (cervical, costal, mediastinal, diaphragmatic) •
visceral pleura •
pulmonary ligament •
recesses (costomediastinal, costodiaphragmatic) •
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