What Is the Pathway of Air as It Enters the Body?

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The pathway of air as it enters the body is a system of several parts. Air enters the nostrils and nasopharynx or the oral pharynx, continues through the glottis and into the trachea, separates into the two bronchi, and further branches off into the bronchioles. Finally, the alveoli of the lungs are the final point on the pathway.
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