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1 CONCEPT INTEGRATION QUESTION 2 Concept Integration Question 2 Marlie Bernal Arizona State University
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2 CONCEPT INTEGRATION QUESTION 2 The small instestine which absorbs nutrients from food contains an external layer known as epithelium and from the epithelium originate microvilli which are extensions of the small intestine. Microvilli increase surface area on the small intestine and absorb the nutrients from food for the small intestine. These nutrients are then transported into the circulatory system which carries glucose, proteins, amino acids, hormones, and oxygen. The most essential nutrient
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