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Unformatted text preview: Substances that are necessary for cellular metabolism C) Fatty acids Used for: o Cell parts o Hormones o energy Smallest unit of lipid digestion Substances that are necessary for cellular metabolism D) vitamins Produced by bacteria (digestive tract) absorbed from food we eat E) Minerals: from foods we eat F) water Digestion of nutrients Enzymes facilitate each step in digestion A) Carbohydrates Digestion of nutrients B) protein digestion: Digestion of nutrients C) lipid digestion Structure of the human digestive system A) Major organs Mouth-->pharynx-->esophagus-->stomach--> Small intestine-->large intestine-->rectum anus The human digestive system is complete (2 openings one for food one for waste...
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