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BIO: Digestive

Anatomy Final Exam

1. Air is killed by: Acid in the stomach
2. Bile is made by: Liver
3. Bile is stored in: Gallbladder
Chief cells produce: pepsinogen and chymosin
4. Parietal cells produce: gastric acid
5. Where most digestive absorption occurs: small intestine
6. Which intestinal hormone stimulates contractions within the walls of the gallbladder and pushes bile into the small intestine: cholecystokinin (cck)
7. Enzymes from the ________ do most of the digestive work in the small intestine: Pancreas
8. Microvilli, Plicae and intestinal villi: increase the absorptive surface area of the small intestine
9. Chemical Digestion of fat is digested in: duodenum by: Bile
10. Chemical digestion of Protein is digestive in: stomach by: pepsin & acid
11. Chemical digestion of Carbs is digestive starts in : mouth by: amylase secreted from glands (Salivary amylase functions to digest Carbs)
12. Intrinsic factor aids the absorption of ________ across the intestinal lining : Vitamin B12
13. The pancreatic duct penetrates the duodenal wall with the : common bile duct
14. Common Hepatic duct is : formed by the flowing together of the right and left hepatic ducts
15. The taeniae coli are: three narrow but distinct longitudinal bands of smooth muscle which run along the entire length of the cecum and colon
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