Human System Presentation - HumanSystemPresentation BIO100

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 2/15/10 The Digestive System
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 2/15/10 The digestive system breaks down proteins, fats and all carbohydrates (except glucose and fructose which can be absorbed as they are) into smaller molecules which can then be absorbed along with vitamins and minerals. What is the purpose of the digestive system?
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 2/15/10 1. Mouth 2. Tongue 3. Salivary Glands 5. Teeth 6. Pharynx 7. Epiglottis 8. Esophagus Stomach 1. Stomach Intestines 1. Small intestines 2. Liver 3. Gallbladder 4. Pancreas 5. Large intestines 6. Anus What body parts make up the digestive system?
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 2/15/10 Anus - The lower opening of the digestive tract through which the feces leaves the body. Epiglottis – Valve-like flap of tissue that keeps food from going to the lungs Esophagus - Portion of the gastrointestinal tract that reaches from the pharynx to the stomach. Gallbladder
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