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MOUTH
A mouth is something you speak with.
ESOPHAGUS

Esophagus helps you swallow better.
STOMACH

The smooth muscles in the stomach helps
move food through it.
SMALL INTESTINE

Your small intestine is the longest part of
your digestive system about twenty feet
long!
LARGE INTESTINE

The large intestine is the last part of the
digestive system vertebrate animals.
LIVER

The liver hear is a vital organ present in
vertebrates sand some other animal.
APPENDIX

A inflamed appendix will likely burst if not
removed
BIBLIOGRAPHY
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PANCREAS

A simple answer is that the pancreas is an
oblong flattened gland located deep in the
abdomen.
GALL BLADDER

The products on this site have been proven
over and over again by our customers to be
effective for lessening or removing the
symptoms of gallbladder discomfort and
pain.
ENZYMES

As with all catalysts, enzymes are not
consumed by the reactions they catalyze,
nor do they alter the equilibrum of these
reactions.
BILE DUCT

Bile duct cancer begins when normal cells
in the bile duct change and grow
uncontrollably, forming a mass called a
tumor.
MUCUS

a viscid slippery secretion that is usually
rich in mucins and is produced by mucous
membranes which it moistens and protects
CHEMICAL DIGESTOIN

Digestion is the mechanical and chemical
breakdown of food into smaller components
that are more easily absorbed into a blood
stream.
MECHANICAL DIGESTION

Mechanical digestion begins in your
mouth as your teeth tear and grind food
into small bits and pieces you can swallow
without choking.
SALIVARY AMYLASE

Salivary amylase is the enzyme in the
saliva that breaks down starches into
sugars.
ABSORPTION

Digestion is the chemical and physical
breakdown of food into compounds usable
by the body.
VILLI

bacteria begin to colonise the gut soon
after birth, they play a key role in training
the immune.
GASTRIC JUICES
gastric juice, thin, strongly acidic , almost
colorless liquid secreted by the glands in
the lining of the stomach.
DUODENUM

The duodenum is the first part of the small
intestine. It is located between the stomach
and the middle part of the small intestine,
or jejunum.
CHYME

the semifluid mass of partly digested food
expelled by the stomach into the
duodenum.