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    The peristaltic movement of colonic contents triggered by the gastrocolic reflex approximately 1-3 times per day is called __________.

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    mass movement

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    correctly label the parts of the digestive system

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    The peristaltic movement of colonic contents triggered by the gastrocolic reflex approximately 1-3 times per day is called __________.

    mass movement

    correctly label the parts of the digestive system

    The straight muscular tube conveying food from pharynx to the stomach is the ___.

    esophagus

    Drag each label into the appropriate position in order to identify whether the structure is associated with the large or small intestines.

    Large: Cecum Descending colon Ascending colon Sigmoid colon Rectum Transverse colon Small: Jejunum Ileum Duodenum

    what are the microscopic structural subunits of the liver?

    hepatic lobules

    Drag each label into the appropriate position in order to identify where each secretion enters the GI tract:

    Buccal cavity: salivary amylase, lingual (means: related to tongue) lipase

    Duodenum: Chymotrypsinogen (produced by pancreas), bile, ribonuclease, deoxyribonuclease, pancreatic lipase. Note: The secretions of pancreas (all mentioned in this group)are released into duodenum.

    Stomach: Intrinsic factor (produced by chief cells), HCl (produced by parietal cells), pepsinogen (produced by chief cells).

    The network of nerves that regulate digestive motility, secretion, and blood flow is called the ____________ system

    Enteric

    what is the mechanical and chemical breakdown of food called

    digestion

    In order for digestion to occur, chyme is required to contact the microvilli of the intestinal wall because the __________.

    brush border enzymes are not secreted into the lumen

    which of the following describes the fundus of the stomach

    it is the domed superior region

    In which direction do peristaltic contractions of stomachs smooth muscle move contents

    From the fundus to the pyloris

    Drag each label into the appropriate position in order to identify whether the structure is associated with the large or small intestines.

    Small Intestine-microvilli, lacteals, plicae circulares, peyers patches

    Large Intestine-haustum, rectal valves, omental appendages, taenia coli

    what is the outermost layer of the digestive tract wall

    serosa

    identify each organ below. Then click and drag each characteristic listed to the appropriate organ to which it pertains

    Which of the following is a feature that the stomach and the small intestine have in common?

    Goblet cells

    Name the organ located behind the greater curvature of the stomach that acts as both an endocrine and exocrine gland.

    pancreas

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    Place the sections of the small intestine in order as food passes through the digestive tract.

    duodenum jejunum lleum

    drag each label to the appropriate position i order to identify whether the term or item is involved with chemical or mechanical digestion

    Mechanical digestion

    Mastication Bolus formation

    Haustral contraction

    Segmentation Peristalsis Churning

    CHEMICAL DIGESTION:-

    Salivary amylase Pancreatic lipase Hydrochloric acid Pepsin.

    drag each label to the appropriate position in order to identify whether the structure is an actual part of the digestive tract or an accessory structure

    accessory: teeth liver salivary gland gall bladder digestive tract: jejunum rectum colon duodenum ileum

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    Regions of the Digestive System

    Regions of the Digestive System

    At its simplest, the digestive system is a tube running from mouth to anus. Its chief goal is to break down huge macromolecules (proteins, fats and starch), which cannot be absorbed intact, into smaller molecules (amino acids, fatty acids and glucose) that can be absorbed across the wall of the tube, and into the circulatory system for dissemination throughout the body.

    Regions of the digestive system can be divided into two main parts: the alimentary tract and accessory organs. The alimentary tract of the digestive system is composed of the mouth, pharynx, esophagus, stomach, small and large intestines, rectum and anus. Associated with the alimentary tract are the following accessory organs: salivary glands, liver, gallbladder, and pancreas.

    To learn more about the regions of the digestive system, use the hyperlinks listed below to branch into a specific topic.

    Alimentary Tract of the Digestive System

    Mouth Pharynx & Esophagus Stomach

    Small and Large Intestine

    Accessory Organs of the Digestive System

    Salivary Glands Liver Gallbladder Pancreas

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