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Question 36 0 out of 2 pointsThe enzymes produced by the small intestine complete the digestion of:Selected Answer:D. sugars, fats, and proteinsAnswers: A. fats and sugarsB. fats and proteinsC. sugars and proteinsD. sugars, fats, and proteins Question 37 2 out of 2 pointsThe digestive organ that is between the duodenum and the spleen is the: Question 38
0 out of 2 pointsThe part of the colon that is directly inferior to the stomach and liver is the: Question 39 0 out of 2 pointsThe mucosa of the alimentary tube is responsible for: Question 40 2 out of 2 pointsThe processes of chemical digestion take place within the:Selected Answer:C. oral cavity, stomach, and small intestineAnswers: A.
oral cavity, stomach, and colonB. stomach and small intestineC. oral cavity, stomach, and small intestineD. small intestine and large intestine Question 41 2 out of 2 pointsThe function of the ileocecal valve is to: Question 42 0 out of 2 pointsThe _______________ of the small intestine complete the digestion of _______________.
Question 43 2 out of 2 pointsThe hormone secreted by the gastric mucosa is __________________, and its function is to ____________________. Question 44 2 out of 2 pointsWhich statement is not true of the absorption of the end products of digestion in the small intestine?Selected Answer: D. The blood from the lacteals travels first to the liver with its absorbed end products.Answers: A. Nutrients are absorbed into either lacteals or capillary networks within the villi.B. Water-soluble end products are absorbed into the capillary networks.
C. Fat-soluble end products are absorbed into the lacteals.D. The blood from the lacteals travels first to the liver with its absorbed end products.