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Large intestine Food and waste that are not digested goes here. Most of water is absorbed into blood though intestine walls.
Stomach Food is broken down here by different substances. Processes are mostly chemicals using enzymes and hydrochloric acid. Food remains in here for 4 hours as a thick liquid.
Mouth Mouth is where chemical and mechanical digestion takes place. Saliva here contains a enzyme that chemically breaks food down into small pieces.
Liver The digestive organ that makes bile to break down fats. Besides making bile, the liver stores sugar until the body needs it. The liver also helps the body get rid of harmful substances.
Pancreas The digestive organ that makes chemicals to break down proteins, carbohydrates and fats.
Peristalsis The squeezing muscle action that pushes though the esophagus.
Saliva The liquid that starts digestion in the mouth. It contains a digestive juice that breaks down starch into sugar.
Gallbladder An organ that produces digestive juices.
Villi Finger shaped bumps in the small intestine that soak up nutrients and create a large surface area.
Small intestine The proccess is finished here.Villi goes around it. It digests then goes around the wall.
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