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BIOL212

Majors animal: Digestive anatomy of a frog (matching)

AnatomyPhysiology
Fat bodies Repositories for lipid reserves
Esophagus Transports food to the stomach
Stomach Site of food storage and initiation of digestion
Liver Produce bile and detoxifies many constituents of the absorbed digested compounds
Gallbladder Stores bile produced by the liver
Bile duct Transports secretions from the liver and pancreas to the duodenum
Pancreas Produces digestive enzymes and delivers them through the common bile duct to the duodenum
Duodenum Receives secretions from the liver and pancreas through the common bile duct for the further breakdown of food from the stomach
Jejunoileum Site of completion of digestion, where most of the absorption of nutrients into the bloodstream occurs
Large intestine Site of absorption of water as well as certain vitamins and ions
Cloaca Common chamber for the release of urine, feces, and gametes
Created by: scandalouscanine