Lesson 7B.docx - Question 1 9 out of 10 points Select the correct option regarding types of digestion identifying that which takes places within each of

Lesson 7B.docx - Question 1 9 out of 10 points Select the...

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Question 19 out of 10 pointsSelect the correct option regarding types of digestion identifying that which takes places within each of the following structures. Question Correct Match Selected Match oral cavity C. Both mechanical and chemical digestion C. Both mechanical and chemical digestion pharynx D. Neither mechanical nor chemical digestion D. Neither mechanical nor chemical digestion salivary glands D. Neither mechanical nor chemical digestion D. Neither mechanical nor chemical digestion esophagus D. Neither mechanical nor chemical digestion D. Neither mechanical nor chemical digestion stomach C. Both mechanical and chemical digestion C. Both mechanical and chemical digestion gall bladder D. Neither mechanical nor chemical digestion D. Neither mechanical nor chemical digestion liver D. Neither mechanical nor chemical digestion D. Neither mechanical nor chemical digestion pancreas D. Neither mechanical nor chemical digestion D. Neither mechanical nor chemical digestion small intestine C. Both mechanical and chemical digestion C. Both mechanical and chemical digestion large intestine D. Neither mechanical nor chemical digestion A. Mechanical digestion Question 2 6 out of 6 points Match the following parts of a tooth with the proper descriptions.
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Question Correct Match Selected Match Forms the roots of a tooth and the interior of the crown B. Dentin B. Dentin Produces a bone-like cement to anchor the roots of a tooth D. Periodontal membrane D. Periodontal membrane Covers the crown of the tooth A. Enamel A. Enamel Lines the tooth sockets in the mandible and maxillae D. Periodontal membrane D. Periodontal membrane Forms a hard chewing surface A. Enamel A. Enamel Contains blood vessels and nerves C. Pulp cavity C. Pulp cavity Question 3Needs GradingReference Figure 16-3: Why are these exocrine glands? What is saliva made from and what purposes do its contents serve?
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