What Does the Alveoli Look like?


The alveoli are small spherical structures and exist in bunches just like a bunch of grapes. They are usually red in color because they provide the interface for air exchange in blood.
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They look like bunch of grapes, only on a microscopic level.
The alveoli would be found in your stomach b/c they are a kind of pasta. Just kidding! The alveoli are some kind of breathing structure that can be found in the chest.
Think of grapes that are still on the vine/stems. The grapes are the alveoli, and the bronchus are the stems. Source(s): RN
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