Q1. Throughout the method of inspiration, the ______ contracts, pulling downward. As well, the ______ muscles contract and lift the rib cage. Altogether, these muscle contractions outcomes in a ______ in the pressure in ______ cavity. Air rushes from ______ pressure to a ______ pressure, therefore it rushes into the chest cavity through the nose and mouth. Throughout the process of ______, on the other hand, the ______ relaxes, snapping ______. As well, the ______ relax and the rib cage collapses somewhat. These outcomes in a ______ in the pressure in the ______ cavity. This causes air to rush ______ of the ______ through the ______.
Q2. The ordinary breath in and out is termed as the ______ volume. It is around ______ ml. The amount of air which you can inhale past a normal breath out is termed as the ______ and is around ______ ml. The amount of air which you can exhale past a normal breath in is termed the ______ and is around ______ ml. The amount of air which never leaves the lungs, just preventing their collapse, is the ______ volume, and it is around ______ ml. The ______ capacity is the net amount of air which can be moved in and out of the lungs, comprising breathing in an out at maximum. This is around ______ and is equivalent to the ______ all added together. The total lung capacity, which is around _____ as well, comprises the residual volume.