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The trachea, also known as a windpipe, was the small tube inside a body that allowed a person to breathe through the lungs.
In 2371, Neelix told Lieutenant Joseph Carey not to eat a kaylo, given that they were poisonous. Neelix explained, in detail, that one of the symptoms of eating the apple was the windpipe began to swell up. (VOY: "State of Flux")