parabronchi

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parabronchi

tertiary bronchi in the avian lung. The domestic fowl has some 500 parabronchi each 1 to 2 mm diameter with the wall of each containing the complex respiratory epithelium.
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identify parts of bird anatomy and describe the shapes that are used to create those parts.
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