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24_ActiveLecturePRS - In which region(s) of the digestive...

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In which region(s) of the digestive tract does mechanical processing occur? 1. The mouth, by teeth and the tongue 2. The stomach, by churning 3. The small intestine, by segmentation 4. All of the above are correct
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Which disorder increases the rate at which fluids move into the peritoneal cavity? What condition results from the excess fluids in the peritoneal cavity? 1. Liver disease/ascites 2. Gastric ulcers/internal bleeding 3. Diarrhea/dehydration 4. Crohn’s disease/malabsorption
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What is the importance of the mesenteries? 1. Provide a layer of insulating fat 2. Support and stabilize organs in abdominopelvic cavity 3. Divide abdominal cavity from pelvic cavity 4. All of the above are correct
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The four major layers of the GI tract are ____. 1. Mucosa, digestive epithelium, lamina propria, and muscularis mucosa 2. Mucosa, submucosa, muscularis externa, and serosa 3. Submucosa, submucosal plexus, myenteric plexus, and serosa 4. None of the above is correct
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Where are the motor neurons that control smooth muscle contraction and glandular secretions of the GI tract located? 1. In the hypothalamus 2. In the submucosal plexus 3. In the myenteric plexus 4. In the muscularis mucosa
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Which type of epithelium lines the oral cavity? Why? 1. Simple squamous epithelium/for absorption of nutrients 2. Stratified squamous epithelium/area is subject to abrasion 3. Stratified cuboidal epithelium/because of secretions from glands 4. Simple columnar epithelium/for absorption of nutrients
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The parotid glands secrete ____, which contain large amounts of ____. 1.
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24_ActiveLecturePRS - In which region(s) of the digestive...

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