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Chapter 3 - 1 T he stomach empties into the small in...

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The stomach empties into the small intestine through the Stu den t Res pon se Fee dba ck A. pylo ric sphi ncte r. B. esop hag eal sphi ncte r. C. Sphi ncte r of Odd i.
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These protein-based substances enhance digestion by making chemical reactions more likely to happen. Stu den t Res pon se Fee dba ck A. Bile B. Emu lsifi ers C. Enz yme s D. Hor mon es
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Which of the following is a feature of the lymphatic system? Stu den t Res pon se Fee dba ck A. It is com pose d of a muc us- like subs tanc e. B. It pick s up and tran spor ts diet
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What percentage of a meal has been absorbed by the time it leaves the small intestine? Stu den t Res pon se Fee dba ck A. 25% B. 55% C. 80% D. 95% Score: 1/1
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Excessive acid production in the stomach or upper small intestine could result in Stu den t Res pon se Fee dba ck A. poor iron, calci um, and folat e abso rptio n. B. exce ssiv e inte stin al bact erial
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To which body part does blood travel to pick up oxygen and release carbon dioxide?
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