Diagram of the Bronchial Tree?

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The bronchial tree is made up of different bronchial branches in the respiratory system of the body. The bronchi, bronchioles, and alveoli are all parts of the bronchial tree and work in conjunction to provide oxygen to the lungs and trachea. Bronchial tubes are the largest parts of the bronchial tree and are also known as the primary bronchi. Oxygen travels from the trachea down to the bronchial tubes and eventually is circulated into the blood. Diagrams of the bronchial tree can be found at sites like Enchanted Learning.
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