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Chapter 24
STUDY GUIDE

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Chapter 24
STUDY GUIDE

Your Respiratory System

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Restricting
Cigarette Advertising

Check the statements that agree with the textbook. Rewrite the other statements so that they agree.

Study the diagram below. Then label each of the numbered structures.

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1. Commercial production of tobacco began in North America in 1612.

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2. The invention of the cigarette-making machine caused the use of tobacco to increase
greatly.

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3. By 1977, an average smoker in the United States consumed almost 13 000 cigarettes a
year.

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4. The rise in cigarette consumption had no effect on the number of people afflicted with
smoking-related problems.

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5. A link between cancer and tobacco use was not suspected until after 1964.

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6. In 1964, the Surgeon Generals report identified smoking as a leading cause of cancers
and other diseases.

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7. As evidence of the link between smoking and health problems mounted, many people
wanted restrictions placed on cigarette use.

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8. Throughout the United States, individuals under the age of eighteen can legally
purchase tobacco products.

12. Air entering your body is first moistened and warmed in the ___________________________ .

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9. Smoking is banned on all domestic air flights in the United States.

13. The trachea is kept open by rings made of ____________________________ .

_____ 10. Restrictions on smoking were designed to help prevent health problems in smokers.

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Complete the following sentences using the appropriate words from the textbook.

8. The smallest tubes in the lungs are the ____________________________ .


9. The ____________________________ prevents food from entering the larynx.
10. The pharynx is a passageway for ________________________ and ________________________ .
11. The alveoli are surrounded by ____________________________ .

Check () the statements that agree with the textbook. Rewrite the other statements so that they agree.

_____ 11. Breathing in cigarette smoke-filled air is called passive smoking.

_____ 14. Emphysema can result in the blood being low in hemoglobin.

_____ 12. Advertising is an effective way for a tobacco company to lure new smokers.

_____ 15. The greatest contributing factor to lung cancer is inhaling the tar in cigarette smoke.

_____ 13. Since 1971, cigarette advertisements have been allowed on radio and television.

_____ 16. People who produce too much mucus in the bronchial tubes have a disease called
emphysema.

_____ 14. Protest groups feel that certain advertisements attempt to encourage young people to
start smoking.

_____ 17. A lung disorder often associated with allergies is called asthma.

_____ 15. Some people feel that the rules against cigarette ads infringe on the companies constitutional right of free speech.

_____ 18. The diaphragm is a muscle beneath the lungs.


_____ 19. The mucus lining of the trachea moves foreign particles to the esophagus.
_____ 20. When you inhale, your diaphragm relaxes.

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