Enteric Nervous System of GI tract

Enteric Nervous System of GI tract - Enteric Nervous System...

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Enteric Nervous System of GI tract enteric neurons of intrinsic nerve plexuses regulate digestive system activity submucosal nerve plexus myenteric nerve plexus peristalsis) (extrinsic control, or control outside GI tract) Functional Anatomy of Digestive System : - Mouth (oral or buccal cavity) : anterior opening is oral orifice; continuous with oropharynx posteriorly o squamous epithelium o oral mucosa produces antimicrobial peptides called defensins to prevent infection - : o Lips (labia) : formed by orbicularis oris muscle red margin : reddish area visible externally; redness due to blood within blood vessels showing through (poor keratinization)
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