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Quiz 5 Lecture outcomes 1) Oral cavity(parotid salivary gland and sublingual submaxillary salivary glands)(saliva breaks down carbohydrates)-> pharynx(muscle that connects the mouth and the esophagus)->esophagus->cardiac sphincter->stomach(breakdown of proteins through pepsinogen activating to pepsin by low pH, breaking peptide bonds of proteins into amino acids)->pyloric sphincter->duodenum(fats and carbohydrates absorbed)->jejunum->ileum->large intestine(colon) (ascending, transverse, and descending colon)->rectum- >anus Hepatic portal vein-from capillaries of one system to capillaries of another system Arteries and veins are biggest Arteries branch into arterials and arterials branch into capillaries(gas exchange through diffusion) and capillaries get larger into venules and venules combine to form veins 2) Liver - secretes bile and stores in gall bladder; it regulates blood glucose levels, synthesizes blood proteins, stores iron and certain vitamins, converts toxic ammonia into urea, detoxifies harmful substances we ingest; bile goes from gall bladder to bile duct; from bile duct to small intestine Gall bladder – stores bile and releases bile into the small intestine through the common bile duct Colon – in the large intestine; large intestine absorbs all vitamins and food leftover(like fats and proteins and fibers) and leftover water and salts; after absorption is complete, it compiles into
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course BIO 1100 taught by Professor Becker during the Spring '08 term at St. Louis College of Pharmacy.

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