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Krystal David 3/18/17 Professor Jedlicka BIOS195 A. Layers of the Gastrointestinal Tract Name the layers of the GI tract that are described. Muscularis 1.The layer that contracts to churn food or move food along Mucosa 2.Layer consisting of a membrane that lines a body cavity that opens to the exterior; overlays smooth muscle Submucosa 3.Areolar connective tissue layer located deep to the mucosa Serosa 4.A serous membrane that is the external layer of a GI tract organ B. Gastrointestinal Tract Organs Write the name of the term that is described. Esophagus 1.Its only function is propulsion Alimentary Canal 2.A continuous digestive tube from the mouth to the anus Pharynx 3.Conducts both air and food Small Intestine 4.Primary site of nutrient absorption; is composed of 3 sections Duodenum 5.Section of small intestine that receives bile, pancreatic secretions, and food from the stomach Stomach 6.Churns food and begins protein digestion Anus 7.Has two sphincters that control elimination of feces from the body Stomach 8.Has regions called the cardia, fundus, body, and pylorus Large Intestine 9.Has regions called the cecum, colon, rectum, and anal canal Mouth 10.Receives secretions from salivary glands; mastication occurs here
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