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Ch.18 Part 3

Type of digestion where food is chewed? Mechanical digestion.
Food digested by chemicals? Chemical Digestion
A digestive solution held in the Gallbladder? Bile
Thin watery digested food. Chyme
Intestine where nutrients is absorbed? Small Intestine
Intestine where water is absorbed? Large Intestine
Regulation of water in the body. Homeostasis
Muscle constrictions that move food in the body. Peristalsis
How long can chyme stay in the digestive system? Three days
When bacteria feed on things in your system, what do they give in return ? Vitamins
What do cabs provide? Provide energy
What can water do for your body? Remove waste
What can minerals do in your body? They regulate many chemical reactions in the body.
What is protein used for? Growth and Repair.
What are fats used for? To store vitamins.
What do vitamins do for your body? They are essential nutrients that help the body use other nutrients.
Created by: plabrada