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Shier, Butler, and Lewis: Hole’s Human Anatomy and Physiology, 10 th ed. Chapter 17: Digestive System Chapter 17: Digestive System I. Introduction A. Digestion is____________________________________________________________ B. Mechanical digestion breaks_______________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________ C. Chemical digestion breaks________________________________________________ D. The organs of the digestive system carry out the processes of_____________________ _________________________________________________________________________ E. The alimentary canal is composed of________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________ F. The accessory organs of the digestive system are_______________________________ _________________________________________________________________________ II. General Characteristics of the Alimentary Canal A. Introduction 1. The alimentary canal is a_________________________tube that passes through ___________________________________________________________________ 2. The structure of __________________, how it____________________, and its innervation are similar________________________________________________ B. Structure of the Wall 1. The four layers of the alimentary wall are_______________________________ ___________________________________________________________________ 2. The mucosa is located_________________________________________and is composed of________________________________________________________ 3. The functions of the mucosa are______________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________ 4. The submucosa is located_______________________________________and is composed of________________________________________________________ 17-1
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5. The functions of the submucosa are____________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________ 6. The muscular layer is located____________________________________and is composed of________________________________________________________ 7. When the circular fibers contract, the diameter of the tube__________________ 8. When the longitudinal fibers contract, the tube___________________________ 9. The serosa layer is located______________________________________and is composed of________________________________________________________ 10. The functions of the serosa are______________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________ C. Movements of the Tube 1. The two types of motor functions of the alimentary canal are_______________ ___________________________________________________________________ 2. Mixing occurs when________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________ 3. Peristalsis is______________________________________________________ 4. Peristalsis occurs when_____________________________________________
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