Human respiratory system - Trachea, Biology

TRACHEA -

  • It is a thin walled tube. Situated on ventral side. Commonly known as wind pipe.
  • Supported by C-shaped cartilagenous rings. Incomplete dorsally due to oesophagus.
  • Inner layer is cilliated, cillia give out excess of scutum. Movement of cillia is not under control of nervous system.
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