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Humansytems biology - Digestive System The main function of the digestive systems to take in and breakdown food into smaller particles after that

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Digestive System The main function of the digestive systems to take in and breakdown  food into smaller particles; after that, it is taken to the cells to help make  stuff for energy, growth, development, repair, and many more.   There are ten major parts to the digestive system.  They include: the  mouth and teeth, salivary glands, esophagus, stomach, small and large  intestine, liver, gallbladder, and pancreas.  Most of the digestive processing  occurs in the small intestine.  That is where Carbohydrates and Proteins are  finished being digested, where fats are digested thoroughly, basically where  most of the absorption process takes place. Respiratory System
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The respiratory system is needed to help receive oxygen and release  Carbon Dioxide.   The major parts of the respiratory system are the nose and mouth,  which are the only possible ways to respire. Trachea (windpipe). Bronchi,  which are the two tubes that separate into each lung; bronchioles, the  smaller tubes that branch off from the bronchi; and the alveoli, which are 
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course BIO UNKNOWN taught by Professor Turner during the Spring '08 term at Mt. Olive.

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Humansytems biology - Digestive System The main function of the digestive systems to take in and breakdown food into smaller particles after that

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