Exam 3 Study Guide ANA 113

Sublingualglandlocatedunderthemucosainthefloorofthemou

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Unformatted text preview: rough the Hiatus of the diaphragm? AORTA, Inferior Vena Cava, and Esophagus. Digestive 1. What are the four salivary glands and where are they located? Buccal Gland – located in the mucous membrane of the mouth. Parotid Gland – locaed inferior and anterior to the ear, drains into the oral cavity of the 2nd upper moelar. Submandibular Gland‐ located in the mandible – floor of the mouth. Sublingual Gland‐ located under the mucosa in the floor of the mouth. 2. What do lysozyme and amylase do? Lysozyme‐ cleans the teeth and destroys the bacteria. Amylase‐ begins for digestion, breaks down starches 3. What are the four layers of the digestive tract? How do they differ? MUCOUS – mouth, pharynx, esophagus, and anal canal has stratified squamous epithelium. Stomach and intestines have simple columnar. SUBMUCOSA LAYER – between mucosa and muscularis layer. This contains many blood vessels that nourish mucous and absorbs nutrients. This contains elastic and collagenous fibers for contra...
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