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Digestive system, abdomen 
Abdominal Wall, Peritoneum Plexuses the abdomen, abdominal cavities, abdominal wall, and plexes and their structures
Anatomy of the Digestive System Median section of the head and neck model, Stomach model (external view), Stomach model (internal view), Digestive organs model, Small and large intestine model, Liver and gall bladder model
Digestion Anus, Esophagus, Oral Cavity, Appendix, Gall Bladder, Pancreas, Ascending Colon, Ileum Rectum, Cecum Jejunum, Salivary Glands, Descending Colon, Larynx, Sigmoid Colon, Diaphragm, Liver, Stomach, Duodenum, Nasal Cavity, Transverse Colon
Digestion A Voyage Through the Digestive Tract, Pregastric Digestion, The Stomach, The Liver and Biliary System, The Pancreas, The Small Intestine, The Large Intestine
Digestive system
Digestive system the digestive tract is basically a hollow muscular tube, mucosal epithelium lining the inner surface, and circular and longitudinal muscle comprising the walls. The mucosa, forming the inner lining of the tract, is supplied with a rich network of blood vessels, nerve fibres and endocrine cells
Digestive system digestive system, the organs of the digestive system can be separated into two main groups: those forming the alimentary canal, and the accessory digestive organd. The alimentary canal digests food - breaks it down into smaller fragments - and absorbs the digested fragments through its lining into the blood. The accessory organs (teeth, tongue, and several large digestive glands) assist the process of digestive breakdown in various ways, deseases
Digestive system digestive system, digestion is the process of breaking down food into molecules small enough for the body to absorb. Proteins, carbohydrates, and fat in our diets must be broken down and later, reassembled in forms useful to our body, deseases
Digestive system Anus, Esophagus, Oral Cavity, Appendix, Gall Bladder, Pancreas, Ascending Colon, Ileum Rectum, Cecum Jejunum, Salivary Glands, Descending Colon, Larynx, Sigmoid Colon, Diaphragm, Liver, Stomach, Duodenum, Nasal Cavity, Transverse Colon
Digestive system
Digestive system
Digestive system
Digestive system pancreas, esophagus, liver, gallbladder, duodenum, small intestine, large intestine, rectum, swf file
Digestive system Anus, Esophagus, Oral Cavity, Appendix, Gall Bladder, Pancreas, Ascending Colon, Ileum Rectum, Cecum Jejunum, Salivary Glands, Descending Colon, Larynx, Sigmoid Colon, Diaphragm, Liver, Stomach, Duodenum, Nasal Cavity, Transverse Colon
Digestive system tongue, glands in the mouth that make saliva, pancreas, liver, gallbladder, mouth, esophagus, stomach, small intestine, large intestine, rectum, anus, pdf file
Digestive system the digestive process is the means by which food taken into our bodies is used to provide us with energy and nutrients needed for growth and renewal, with anything that is not used expelled as waste. All of this takes place in what is known as the 'gastro-intestinal tract'. This starts at the mouth where food enters the body and ends at the anus where waste leaves the body. The total length of the digestive tract is an amazing 9 metres, animation
Digestive system tongue, salivary glands, esophagus, stomach, liver, gall bladder, bile duct, pancreas, pancreatic duct, small intestine, appendix, large intestine, rectum, anus
Digestive system the main part of the digestive system is the digestive tract. This is like a long tube, some nine metres in total, through the middle of the body. It starts at the mouth, where food and drink enter the body, and finishes at the anus, where leftover food and wastes leave the body
Digestive system printable picture
Digestive system and how it works the digestive system is a series of hollow organs joined in a long, twisting tube from the mouth to the anus, Digestive system drawing
Het menselijke verteringsstelsel het verteringsproces begint zodra je voedsel in je mond stopt. Via je mond gaat het naar je keelholte waarna het in je slokdarm terecht komt. In je slokdarm wordt het eten voortbewogen d.m.v. darmperistaltiek. Als het door je slokdarm heen is dan komt het voedsel in je maag terecht. Je maag fungeert als een soort magazijn in Dutch
Histology of the digestive system Esophagus, Fundic stomach, Duodenum, Ileum, Colon, Paneth cells, Auerbach´s (myenteric) plexus, Pancreas
Human digestive system the digestive system contain organs for changing food chemically for absorption by body tissues. It is also responsible for processing food, breaking it down into usable protein, minerals, carbohydrates and fats and other substance. The digestion process involves breaking food into simple soluble substances absorbable by tissues
Lower digestive system digestion is the process of breaking down and distributing food throughout the body. The most complex parts of the lower digestive system consist of the pancreas, the small intestine, and the large intestine. The appendix, the rectum, and the anus are below these organs
Pathophysiology of the digestive system simply put, the digestive system is a portal for nutrients from the environment to gain access to the circulatory system. Before such transfer can occur, foodstuffs first have to be reduced to very simple molecules by a combination of mechanical and enzymatic degradation
Spijsverteringsstelsel het spijsverteringsstelsel loopt vanaf de mond tot aan de anus. Het is grotendeels een heel lange buis, waarin voornamelijk voedsel in stukken gedeeld wordt, en waarin voedingsstoffen opgenomen worden in het lichaam, in Dutch
The digestive system digestion, stomach, the digestive system includes all the organs and glands involved in this process of eating and digesting. Starting in the mouth, a long muscular tube provides continual fluid and vital nutrients. The coiled intestines alone are about 24 feet long. After we consume food, the body mechanically and chemically breaks it down, then transports it for absorption and defecation
Understanding your digestive system pdf file
Understanding your digestive system the digestive process takes place in tubes and sacs that extend from the mouth to the anus, this system being known as the alimentary canal. Its organs are the mouth, the pharynx, the oesophagus, the stomach, small and large intestines, the rectum and the anal canal
Digestion: miscellaneous topics 
Digestive system and nutrition ppt file
Metabolism: the fundamental concepts glucose conversion, glycolysis, trematol, dinitrophenol, effect of pH on mitochondria, lactic acid production, pyruvate/ lactate ratio, electron transport chain, fermentation, hexokinase, storing usable energy, terminal electron acceptor, metabolism during heart attack, ATP production, ATP synthese
Peristalsis Animation shows how constriction of a tube (esophagus) causes food particles to be pushed through the tube
Secretion of bile and the role of bile acids in digestion
Stofwisseling mitochondrien, lysosomen, peroxisomen, leukodystrofie, enzymen, coenzymen, vitaminen, ademhalingsketen, elektronentransportketen, ureumcyclus, citroenzuurcyclus, glycolyse, gluconeogenese, glycogenese, glycogenolyse, in Dutch
Digestive system: organs 
Digestive System Liver, gall bladder, pancreas, Oral cavity, salivary glands, stomach, intestines, Skeletal muscle in the tongue
Duodenum the duodenum, into which the stomach opens, is about 25 cm long
Jejunum and ileum the duodenum, jejunum and ileum make up the small intestine
Large intestine The large intestine extends from the ileocecal junction to the anus and is about 1.5m long. On the surface, you can identify bands of longitudinal muscle fibers called taeniae coli, each about 5mm wide
Large Intestine the large intestine and its structures
Liver right lobe, left lobe, quadrate lobe, caudate lobe, falciform ligament, ligamentum teres of liver, coronary ligament, right triangular ligament, porta hepatis, common hepatic duct, portal vein, proper hepatic artery
Liver The liver is the largest gland in the body and performs an astonishingly large number of tasks that impact all body systems, ...
Liver the liver is an organ in vertebrates including humans. It plays a major role in metabolism and has a number of functions in the body including detoxification, glycogen storage and plasma protein synthesis
Liver,Gall Bladder The gallbladder is a thin, green, saclike structure located on the inferior portion of the liver that stores and modifies bile not immediately needed for digestion
Pancreas digestive - produces digestive enzymes, hormonal - islets of Langerhans produce insulin needed to control blood sugar levels, ...
Pancreas The pancreas as a whole is located in the epigastric and left hypochondriac regions and its right part lies across the bodies of L1 to L3 vertebrae. It runs transversely across the posterior abdominal wall behind the stomach, from the duodenum to the spleen, sloping upward from right to left
Pancreas pancreas anatomy, the pancreas is an elongated, tapered organ located across the back of the abdomen, behind the stomach
Small Intestine The small intestine is a convoluted tube averaging 6 meters in length. It extends from the pylorus to the ileocecal valve , where it ends in the large intestine
Stomach serves as a short-term storage reservoir, allowing a rather large meal to be consumed quickly and dealt with over an extended period of time
Stomach the main function of the stomach is to process and transport food. After feeding, the contractile activity of the stomach helps to mix, grind and eventually evacuate small portions of chyme into the small bowel, while the rest of the chyme is mixed and ground
Structure and function of the liver, gallbladder, pancreas
Stomach, pancreas, and liver

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