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Digestive system

Parotid Glands Largest of the paired salivary glands
Sublingual Gland Smallest Salivary glands, produce a mucous type of saliva
Submandibular Gland salivary glands located just below the mandibular angle, contain enzyme and mucus-producing elements
esophagus muscular, musuc-lined tube that connects the pharynx with the stomach, also known as the foodpipe
liver organ in the body that detoxifies various substances, secrete bile, and stores iron, vitamins A,B12, and D.
Gallbladder Stores bile.
Duodenum the uppermost division of the small intestines and is the part to which the pyloric end of the stomach attaches.
Ascending Colon lies in a vertical position on the right side of the abdomen, extending up to the lower border of the liver. The ileun joins the large intestines ar the cecum and this part.
cecum first 5 to 8cm of the large intestines. Blind pouch located in the lower right quadrant of the abdomen.
Vermiform appendix found behind the cecum or over the pelvic rim. not known of the exact funcution of it.
Created by: Shawnao14