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Transcript
Mouth

The mouth is used to drink and eat foods it also
has two lips that can be used to talk and breath.
Esophagus

The esophagus is commonly known as the
‘gullet’.
Stomach

The stomach is located between the Esophagus
and the Small Intestine.
Large Intestine

The Large Intestine is nearly about 4.9 feet long
[1.5m] long.
Small Intestine

The average length of the Small Intestine in a
human male is 6.9 m [22 feet 6 inches].
Liver

The Liver sits on the right side of the Stomach.
Appendix

A tube-shaped sac that is attached to and the
opening of the lower end of the Large Intestine.
Pancreas

The Pancreas is a glandular organ in our
digestive system.
Gall bladder
The Gall Bladder is a hollow system that just sits
beneath our liver.
Enzymes

Like all proteins, Enzymes are very long,chains
of amino acids fold to produce a threedimensional product.
Bile/Bile Duct

A bile duct is a number of long tube-like
structures that carry bile.
Mucus

Mucus is a slippery secretion that is produced
by,covering mucous membranes.
Chemical Digestion

Digestion is the chemical and the mechanical
breakdown of food into smaller components
which are more easily absorbed.
Absorption

absorption are particles of gas,liquid in liquid or
solid material.

When food enters the mouth, its digestion starts
by the action of mastication,which is a form of
mechanical digestion
Salivary Amylase

Amylase is an enzyme that catalyzes the
hydrolysis starch into simpler compounds.
Villi

The Villi increases the internal surface area of
the intestinal walls.
Gastric Juices

The colorless, watery, acidic,digestive fluid that
is secreted by various glands in the mucous
membrane of our stomach.
Duodenum

The duodenum is the first section of the small
intestine in most higher vertebrates.
Chryme

Chyme slowly passes through the pyloric
sphincter and goes into our duodenum.
Bibliography

WWW.wikipedia the free dictionary.com
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