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Their related arterioles provide nutrients to the visceral pleura, pulmonary arteries and conducting airways down to and including the respiratory bronchioles. Structures distal to the bronchioles, including the primary lobules, are supplied by branches of the pulmonary artery. The bronchial veins anastomose with the pulmonary veins. The bronchial arterioles communicate with the pulmonary arterioles in newborn infants but not in later life except when the pulmonary arteriolar flow is reduced by lung disease.
0 mm; their total number in the two lungs is of the order of 25,000. Clusters of between 3 and 5 terminal bronchioles constitute the secondary lobules. Some of these units are surrounded by fibrous septa that render them visible to the naked eye. The portion of lung distal to one terminal brochiole is called an acinus (Fig. 5). 4 Acinus BrC BC CC GC NCC Fig. 4 Human bronchial epithelium traced from an electron micrograph. BrC, brush cell; GC, goblet cell; CC, ciliated cell; NCC, non-ciliated cell; BC, basement cell; N, nerve cell with irritant receptor.
5). 3). During this time the increase in lung volume is achieved by enlargement of all structures, not by proliferation of alveoli. The increases in size are not uniform; for example the diameters of peripheral airways increase relatively more than those of the proximal airways. As a result the airflow resistance falls . The anatomical development of the lung has been described by Thurlbeck  and Zeltner and Burri  amongst others. 2. The lung develops from both epidermal and mesodermal cells.