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Digestion

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Stages of Digestion

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The digestive tract includes...

Accessory organs are

The three true layers of the gastrointestinal tract include all of the following except the

The mucosa of the gastrointestinal tract is composed of cells arranged in

The submucosa contains all of the following except

The muscularis externa...

Serosa rigidly fixes the digestive tract organs to the abdominal wall.

Saliva...

The pharynx...

The stomach...

The small intestine...

The three portions of the small intestine include all of the following except

The pancreas produces

Nutrients are preferentially absorbed throughout the small intestine.

The colon contains all of the following except

Salivary glands are...

The pancreas...

The gall bladder...

The stages of digestion include all of the following except

The gastrointestinal tract...

Secretion...

Degradation...

Which enzyme is matched up with the proper function?

Absorption is...

Active and passive transport are the same except that they carry different nutrients across the membrane.

Micelles...

Diffusion...

Absorption can take place in the...

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