The Human Digestive System

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The Human Digestive System 1 The Human Digestive System Nicole Nielsen Axia College Of University of Phoenix
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The Human Digestive System 2 The Human Digestive System
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The Human Digestive System 3 The broad digestive system includes the stomach, the intestine, and the mouth and anus as well as accessory organs of digestion. The main purpose of the digestive system is to store the food the body takes in and get it ready for the absorption of the usable materials and dispose of the un-used portions.
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Unformatted text preview: Breaking down the food into small molecules the digestive system is comprised of four processes; Digestion, Secretion, Motility, Absorption. The digestive system also works in harmony with the circulatory system as the sugars and amino acids are moved through the various cells of the body through the circulation of the blood. (Human Physiology chaper 12, 2010)References Human Physiology, . (2010). Human physiology: how does the human body work [Chaper 12]....
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