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Bio47S11HO12 - Biology 47 - Anatomy Lecture 12 Digestive...

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Biology 47 - Anatomy Lecture 12 Digestive System : Digestive System : “ Gastrointestinal System Consists of : 1. Digestive Tract : Food passes through : Components : Oral Cavity (Mouth), Pharynx, Esophagus, Stomach, Small, & Large Intestine ( Colon/Rectum ) 2. Accessory Organs : Helping in digestion Food does NOT pass through : Components Functions : 1. Ingestion : 2. Mechanical Processing : 3. Secretion : Glandular Release a. Exocrine: b. Endocrine: 4. Digestion : Molecular breakdown GOAL : Break down into : Monosaccarides, amino acids, fatty acids
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Absorbed through the epithelium 5. Absorption : Transport monomers through : GOAL : Transfer to : 6. Excretion : Secretion of : Primarily: 7. Compaction : Progressive dehydration and collecting of : Readying for : Overall Function : Reduce large molecules into : Histological Organization : GI Tract Layering of GI tract : Lumen space to surface 1. Mucous Membranes : Line inside of internal organs, 2. Connective Tissue
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