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The Adventures of O2, a Real Gas of a Gas


The characters line up in order in front of the class. Oxygen then goes down theline, meeting and interacting with them in the proper order. To begin, our hero,O2, a real gas of a gas, is parked just outside a Windrush science studentsnostril.


      Hi there, air breathing Windrush science students! Im O


      a real gas of a gas. Im your diatomic buddy, I am. Im a world traveler,
      a windrider and a blood sailor! If you only knew the strange and wacky places Ive
    been. But now, friend student . . . . .. Im headed up your nose!

Nose Hair:

      Hey there, oxygen. You and your identical twins go streaming right past me
      day and night like a rushing river. I know youre a busy important molecule,
      but Ive got me a big job too, oxydude. Im a trapper by tradea junk trapper.
      I trap yucky particles, so lungs stay cleaner. But youre welcome anytime here,
    oxygen. Annnytime!


      Thanks, noble nose hair. Humans should appreciate you more. Good luck with
      those pollen grains and dust mites. Now Im headed for that cavern over yonder
    called the nasal cavity.

Nasal Cavity:

      Ahoy, O


      ! Ill warm you up as you zoom toward the lungs. Im
      also gonna grab intruders that try to sneak in with you. My bold mucous membranes
      trap foul dust. Aargh! I got you, you sickening chunk of lint, you filthy little
    speck! My cilia will fling you down to be swallowed into oblivion.


      Golly gee, nasal cavity. You sure work hard to protect this Windrush kids


      Well, howdy do! Look who the nose sucked in now! Yo baby, O


      ! Id
      say gimmee five, but gas molecules aint got no fingers. The lungs are callin
      you buddy. It seems this Windrush kid here is feelin a little outta breath.
    Zoom on in and head on down!

Epiglottis Rap

Oxygen in! Body wins.

Food stay out! Take another route!

Safety first without a doubt:Thats what I am all about.

Yes to life. No to death.Im protector of your breath!You should all say thanks a lottusTo your loyal epiglottis!I tell the truth. I wouldnt fake ya.Im the guardian of your trachea.Be grateful kids and do not gripeCause Im the lid of your windpipe.But now that Ive enlightened you.Lets not forget about O2!


      Thanks epiglottis, you loyal flap of cartilaginous tissue. Without you, our
      Windrush buddy here would have choked and gagged long ago. Keep on standing guard
      while I dive down past the vocal cords into the trachea and onwards to the primary


      Whoopee! Oxygen! Now were cookin! Lovvve that O




      Hmm! Guess Ill take the left bronchus to the left lung this time. Thats
      the two lobed side. Remember students: The left lung is smaller than the right.
      Thats because you gotta make room for that good old thumping blood pump humans
      call the heart. Gee . . .. All these dark and winding passageways are a bit spooky.
      Thank heavens this student doesnt smoke! If she did, it would be one grungy,
    grody, greasy, grubby, grimy, slimy nightmare in here.

Respiratory Bronchiole:

      Youre almost there O


      ! You can do it. Come on through. Just
    a little farther!


      Welcome O


      ! We meet again! Heres where you really get going.
      Diffuse through my mysterious walls and start your next adventure. Blood! Blood!
    Blood! You shall dissolve in blood!


      Taxi! Taxi! Hemoglobin taxi! Oh, there you are. Care to take an O


    molecule to some starving cell?


      Sure O


      . Annnnnnd . . . were off in a red blood cell zooming
    through a pulmonary vein back to that thumper in the thorax.

Left Heart:

      Ahoy, me hearties! It does me heart good to see you, even if I do feel a bit
      halfhearted about ya. If it isnt oxygen, our dearest friend, our bosom buddy!
      Hold tight O


      ! My ventricle is gonna hurl you out into the aorta, biggest
      artery of them all. Heavvvvve ho!!!! Youre cell-ward bound O


      . Good
    luck my friend, and give my best to the cytoplasm.


      Yeehaw! Now were movin! Ill find me a nice hungry cell to help
    in no time.


      And so, our hero, O


      , after a long and adventure filled journey,
    finally reaches his (or her) destination, a hungry cell.


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