4-18 - 4-20, 2007 - -1Serous membranes Parietal peritoneum...

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Unformatted text preview: -1Serous membranes Parietal peritoneum Greater omentum Lesser omentum Mescaline Visceral peritoneum 4 layers (tunics) of the GI tract Mucosa Absorptive & secretory Simple Columnar epithelium (Goblet cells) submucosa Vascular connective tissue layer muscular is (externa) Smooth muscle Circular & longitudinal Pulverize, churn, peristalsis, & sphincters Serosa Connective layer Binding & protective Visceral peritoneum Mouth Oral cavity Cheeks, lips, palate (hard & soft) Creation of a bolus by mechanical & chemical means Bolus: moistened mass of food Tongue Skeletal muscle Mucous membrane Anterior 2/3 in oral cavity Posterior 1/3 in pharynx Moves food during chewing & swallowing Papillae: friction bumps filliform Touch, not taste Fingiform Vallate Tongue rolling 70% of people can roll their tongue Believed to be hereditary Intrinsic: change shape Extrinsic: change position Salivary glands Saliva Cleanses teeth & dissolves food 1.0 to 1.5 Liters per day Parotid (parotid duct or Stensons duct)...
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course APK 2100 taught by Professor Dr.tillman during the Spring '07 term at University of Florida.

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4-18 - 4-20, 2007 - -1Serous membranes Parietal peritoneum...

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