zool 12 - GI tract Epithelium Absorb Replace GI Tract Inner...

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Digestive system oral cavity pharynx ophagus compare differences among esop agus stomach small intestine (3) stomach, small and large intestine large intestine : cecum, (appendix), colon (4), rectum, anus Glands: Liver & gallbladder (bile), pancreas (buffers & enzymes) liver lobule (composed of hepatocytes) sinusoids (drain what?) , canaliculi (drain what?) liver blood supply ( 2 venous system, hepatic artery) 2. Lining and structural changes along the tract, & function ee the summary table) (see the summary table) General organization: 4 layers and components of each mucosa (3), submucosa, muscularis (2), serosa (esp. cell types)
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Unformatted text preview: GI tract Epithelium Absorb Replace GI Tract Inner Mucosa Lining (summary example) Exocrine Endocrine Type Mucus Acid Enzyme Hormone Oral cavity harynx Stratified quamous Amylase ipase Pharynx Esophagus squamous unkeratinized Lipase Stomach Simple columnar Mucous cell Parietal cell Chief cell G cell Stem cell pepsinogen Gastrin (+) Small intestine Simple columnar Absorptive cell icrovilli) Goblet cell CCK cell CCK (+) S cell Stem cell (microvilli) secretin(+) GIP cell GIP(-) arge imple bsorptive oblet Large intestine Simple columnar Absorptive cell ( No microvilli) Goblet cell Anus Stratified quamous ormones! squamous keratinized Hormones!...
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