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5th Digestive System

5th Grade - Digestive System

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food enters the body and mixes with saliva mouth
food travels down this tube that leads to the stomach esophagus
the food mixes with gastric juices and is broken down even furthder stomach
food travels through this very long tube that removes most of the nutrients from the food small intestines
these are in the small intestines and they absorb the nutrients from the food villi
tube that sucks out all the remaining water from the waste large instestines
place where waste is stored until it can exit the body rectum
Where does the nutrients from the food enter the blood stream through the capillaries? villi
What is the name of the liquid in your mouth that begins breaking down the food and makes it easier to swallow? saliva
How are the digestive system and circulatory system related? the digestive system breaks down the food into its nutrients and the circulatory system delievers the nutrients to the rest of the body
What do the pancreas, liver and gall bladder do? Add chemicals that help break down food.
Created by: Cabrini