Digestion Note-Taking Handout

Digestion Note-Taking Handout - 2. Function What does it...

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Human Anatomy Page 1 Digestion and Guts Note-Taking Handout PATH OF FOOD—USE TO HELP ORGANIZE STEPS IN DIGESTION 1. Esophagus 2. Stomach 3. Small Intestines
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Human Anatomy Page 2 Digestion and Guts Note-Taking Handout 4. Large Intestines CIRCULATION TO GUT—learn it in lab and know it for lecture (Study Hint: draw out your own celiac artery with its branches and their destinations)
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Human Anatomy Page 3 Digestion and Guts Note-Taking Handout LIVER 1. Structure Where is it? What are its lobes?\
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Unformatted text preview: 2. Function What does it do? 3. Gall Bladder What does it do? What is the flow of bile through the ducts? Human Anatomy Page 4 Digestion and Guts Note-Taking Handout 4. Hepatic Portal System What is the concept? What is the anatomywhere is the hepatic portal vein? PANCREAS 1. Function in Digestionwhat anatomy is involved? 2. Function in Glucose Metabolismwhat anatomy is involved? Human Anatomy Page 5 Digestion and Guts Note-Taking Handout...
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This note was uploaded on 10/08/2010 for the course BIO 380 taught by Professor Martin during the Spring '10 term at Rutgers.

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Digestion Note-Taking Handout - 2. Function What does it...

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