Assignment- Human System Presentation-week#5-Gabrielle Jeffcoat

Assignment- Human System Presentation-week#5-Gabrielle Jeffcoat

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Assignment: Human System Presentation  The Human Digestive System Gabrielle Jeffcoat SCI230 University of Phoenix
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The body parts that make up  the Digestion system:
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Step #1 of Digestion Process Digestion begins in the mouth Food starts being broken down by chewing Food start being broken down by the chemical action of the  Salivary enzymes
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Step #2 of Digestion Process The esophagus is a long tube that runs from the mouth to the  stomach to bring food from throat to stomach.
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The Stomach is a large, sack like organ that mixes and washes the  food with a strong acid. (gastric acid) Step #3 of Digestion Process
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Step #4 of Digestion Process Small intestines produce a bile (produced in the liver and stored in  the gall bladder) that creates an enzyme to break down food. (By  the inner wall)  
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Step #5 of the Digestion Process In Large Intestines some water and chemical (example sodium) are 
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Assignment- Human System Presentation-week#5-Gabrielle Jeffcoat

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