Which type of tissue covers the vocal cords?

Answer:

The human voice produced by the vocal cord is capable of producing highly intricate sounds

  • The lungs here perform the essential function of supplying adequate airflow and air pressure in order to vibrate the vocal cord.
  • The vocal cord consists of two tight strings that open during breathing and close when you exhale to make a sound.
  • The vocal cord is also known as a vocal fold. The vocal cord modulates the flow of air from the lungs and into it.
  • Vocal cords composed of yellow elastic tissue are covered by stratified squamous epithelium.

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