What substance in tobacco products causes stained teeth and skin?
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1. B and C
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1. The functions of the respiratory system are (select all that apply) - To deliver oxygen to the body - to remove carbon dioxide from the body.
2. The dome-shaped muscle that lies below the lungs and is important in the breathing process is the - diaphragm.
3. The exchange of carbon dioxide and oxygen takes place in the - alveoli.
4. ____ is a substance in tobacco products that causes stained teeth and skin - Tar
5. ____ is a substance in tobacco smoke that reduces the bloods ability to carry oxygen - Carbon monoxide
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tar also, probably the major cause.
yes it is tar
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Yes, you're correct! The substance in tobacco products that causes stained teeth and skin is nicotine, which is option 1. Nicotine is a highly addictive chemical present in cigarettes, cigars, and other tobacco products. It is absorbed into the bloodstream when tobacco is used and can lead to various health effects, including stained teeth and skin.
Nicotine itself doesn't directly cause the staining, but it affects blood flow and can reduce saliva production. This can lead to dryness in the mouth, allowing the chemicals in tobacco smoke, including tar and other substances, to stick to the teeth and skin. Over time, these chemicals can cause stains and discoloration.
It's important to note that while nicotine is primarily responsible for the addictive nature of tobacco products, other substances such as tar (option 3) and carbon monoxide (option 2) are also harmful and can contribute to various health issues associated with tobacco use.