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The Human Body

human digestive system

the long tube that leads to the stomach oeophagus
j shaped bag stomach
the digestive system starts here mouth
shea and tear food canine
cut food incisor
grind food molar
help break down food by rolling and crusing pre-molar
a ring of muscle that waste goes out anus
the movement of food through the digestive system peristalisis
prouduces bile liver
where bile is stored gall bladder
caused due to the presence of additional water in the intestines. the feces can become very watery. diarrhea
longest digestive tube in the digestive system small intestines
increases the surface area for absorbing broken down food products in the small intestine villi
small chlestrol deposits that form in the gall bladder gall stones
an enzyme found in the mouth that breaks down starch amylase
small pores or openings in the lining of the stomach. caused due to the presence of excessive acid or bacteria in the stomach. ulcers
the organ in charge of making insulin pancreas
breaks down proteins into shorter polypeptide chains pepsin
digestive organ; main responsibillity is to remove water large intestine
a liquid that digests large fat particles bile
Created by: peatif110