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Digest Sys Act 3

Digestive System Activity Pt 3

Inability to process milk sugar is called Lactose Intolerance
The small intestine performs chemical digestion in the Duodenum
Most of the nutrient absorption takes place in the Jejunum
How many kinds of "good bacteria" enzymes are there in the Large Intestine? 1000
The small intestine is longer than the Large Intestine
What does the small intestine have that makes it a champion absorber of nutrients? A large surface area
The liver, gallbladder and pancreas are called Accessory Organs
The process of eliminating unusable material from the body by the large intestine is called Defecation
Where is the last bit of nutrition absorbed on its way through the digestive system? The Large Intestine
The thin green sac located close to the liver is called The Gall Bladder
Created by: Lhaynes