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little fingerlike projections int eh small intestine that absorb nutrients from the chyme mixtrue villi
this liquid is needed to help transport materials to adn from cells. It also participates in many chemical reactions water
teh acronym for the amount of a nutrient needed by 98% of the people in a given age adn gender group RDA
teh organ in your body that gets worn out and fails to secrete enough juice wehn we eat too many cars adn sugary foods pancreas
these nutrients help build adn repair adn maintain body tissues protein
faulty or inadequate nutrition is said to be manutrition
when you dont get enough iron you can get this which is characterized by lack of energy, weakness, shorness of breath, adn cold hands and feet anemia
these help the body work properly materials
special proteins that help chemical reactions take place enzymes
churned food turns into a thick liquid during digestion chyme
these ar needed in small amounts but they help regulate many vital processes vitamins
teh storage form of glucose is called glycogen
the amount of energy needed to rais the tempetrue of 1km. of water 1degree Ccelsius: the measure of energy for our bodies calorie
when fully broken down, carbohydrtes become simple sugars that our bodies need is blood sugar or glucose
the minimum amount of energy you need to maintain these body processes in the body is basal metabolism
through this living cells use nutrients in many chemical reacitons that provide energy for vital processes and activities metabolism
these nutrients provie the quickest burn for energy of any other nutrient carbohydrats
when glucose in the cells combines with oxygen to produce energy adn heat oxidation
these provide a concentrated source of stored energy as well as insoulation for the body fats
breaks down proteins pepsin
a thin watery acid digestive fluid secreted by glands in the mucous membrane of the stomach gastic juice
successive waves of involuntary contraction passing along the walls of a hollow muscular structure peristalsis
an amylase found in the saliva, converts starch into sugar ptyalin
the process of making food absorbable by dissolving it and breaking it down into simpler chemical compounds digestions
salivary glands
the process of making food absorbable by dissolving it and breaking it down into simpler chemical compounds esophagus
converting sugars into glycogen which it stores up liver
a membranous muscular sac in which bile from the liver is stored gallbladder
the main trunk of the system of tubes by which air passes to and from the lungs in vertebrates trachea
cardiac sphincter
the chief site of the absorption of digested nutrients small intestine
the more terminal division of the vertebrate intestine that is wider and shorter than the small intestine, typically divided into cecum, colon, and rectum, and concerned especially with the resorption of water and the formation of feces large intestine
little fingerlike projections int eh small intestine that absorb nutrients from the chyme mixtrue villi
this liquid is needed to help transport materials to adn from cells. It also participates in many chemical reactions water
teh acronym for the amount of a nutrient needed by 98% of the people in a given age adn gender group RDA
teh organ in your body that gets worn out and fails to secrete enough juice wehn we eat too many cars adn sugary foods pancreas
these nutrients help build adn repair adn maintain body tissues protein
faulty or inadequate nutrition is said to be manutrition
when you dont get enough iron you can get this which is characterized by lack of energy, weakness, shorness of breath, adn cold hands and feet anemia
these help the body work properly materials
special proteins that help chemical reactions take place enzymes
churned food turns into a thick liquid during digestion chyme
these ar needed in small amounts but they help regulate many vital processes vitamins
teh storage form of glucose is called glycogen
the amount of energy needed to rais the tempetrue of 1km. of water 1degree Ccelsius: the measure of energy for our bodies calorie
when fully broken down, carbohydrtes become simple sugars that our bodies need is blood sugar or glucose
the minimum amount of energy you need to maintain these body processes in the body is basal metabolism
through this living cells use nutrients in many chemical reacitons that provide energy for vital processes and activities metabolism
these nutrients provie the quickest burn for energy of any other nutrient carbohydrats
when glucose in the cells combines with oxygen to produce energy adn heat oxidation
these provide a concentrated source of stored energy as well as insoulation for the body fats
breaks down proteins pepsin
a thin watery acid digestive fluid secreted by glands in the mucous membrane of the stomach gastic juice
successive waves of involuntary contraction passing along the walls of a hollow muscular structure peristalsis
an amylase found in the saliva, converts starch into sugar ptyalin
the process of making food absorbable by dissolving it and breaking it down into simpler chemical compounds digestions
salivary glands
the process of making food absorbable by dissolving it and breaking it down into simpler chemical compounds esophagus
converting sugars into glycogen which it stores up liver
a membranous muscular sac in which bile from the liver is stored gallbladder
the main trunk of the system of tubes by which air passes to and from the lungs in vertebrates trachea
cardiac sphincter
the chief site of the absorption of digested nutrients small intestine
the more terminal division of the vertebrate intestine that is wider and shorter than the small intestine, typically divided into cecum, colon, and rectum, and concerned especially with the resorption of water and the formation of feces large intestine
little fingerlike projections int eh small intestine that absorb nutrients from the chyme mixtrue villi
this liquid is needed to help transport materials to adn from cells. It also participates in many chemical reactions water
teh acronym for the amount of a nutrient needed by 98% of the people in a given age adn gender group RDA
teh organ in your body that gets worn out and fails to secrete enough juice wehn we eat too many cars adn sugary foods pancreas
these nutrients help build adn repair adn maintain body tissues protein
faulty or inadequate nutrition is said to be manutrition
when you dont get enough iron you can get this which is characterized by lack of energy, weakness, shorness of breath, adn cold hands and feet anemia
these help the body work properly materials
special proteins that help chemical reactions take place enzymes
churned food turns into a thick liquid during digestion chyme
these ar needed in small amounts but they help regulate many vital processes vitamins
teh storage form of glucose is called glycogen
the amount of energy needed to rais the tempetrue of 1km. of water 1degree Ccelsius: the measure of energy for our bodies calorie
when fully broken down, carbohydrtes become simple sugars that our bodies need is blood sugar or glucose
the minimum amount of energy you need to maintain these body processes in the body is basal metabolism
through this living cells use nutrients in many chemical reacitons that provide energy for vital processes and activities metabolism
these nutrients provie the quickest burn for energy of any other nutrient carbohydrats
when glucose in the cells combines with oxygen to produce energy adn heat oxidation
these provide a concentrated source of stored energy as well as insoulation for the body fats
breaks down proteins pepsin
a thin watery acid digestive fluid secreted by glands in the mucous membrane of the stomach gastic juice
successive waves of involuntary contraction passing along the walls of a hollow muscular structure peristalsis
an amylase found in the saliva, converts starch into sugar ptyalin
the process of making food absorbable by dissolving it and breaking it down into simpler chemical compounds digestions
salivary glands
the process of making food absorbable by dissolving it and breaking it down into simpler chemical compounds esophagus
converting sugars into glycogen which it stores up liver
a membranous muscular sac in which bile from the liver is stored gallbladder
the main trunk of the system of tubes by which air passes to and from the lungs in vertebrates trachea
cardiac sphincter
the chief site of the absorption of digested nutrients small intestine
the more terminal division of the vertebrate intestine that is wider and shorter than the small intestine, typically divided into cecum, colon, and rectum, and concerned especially with the resorption of water and the formation of feces large intestine
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