The bile salts return to the lumen to repeat the process. Fat digestion is usually completed by the time the food reaches the ileum (lower third) of the small intestine. Bile salts are in turn absorbed in the ileum and are recycled by the liver and gall bladder. Fats pass from the epithelial cells to the small lymph vessel that also runs through the
Foods of various types have different ways of breaking down when in contact with the body’s stomach acid. The digestive system is a series of organs that make up what is called the GI tract. The GI tract contains the mouth, esophagus, stomach, small intestine, large intestine, anus, liver, pancreas, and gallbladder. The digestive system works as the food travels through each of the organs and uses bacteria to help with the digestion. The GI tract and bacteria help to break down and digest the food and liquids you eat and drink each day in order to get the nutrients.
During the run, the circulatory system helps the body breathe, the muscle system helps the bones move, and all the while the digestive system digests the food. Later on, the excretory system gets rid of the waste, or food that the body can’t use for nourishment. All of these organ systems need to help to make up the
There is a burst of energy, the blood vessels tighten and the blood pressure soars. If this happens often, it causes wear and tear on the artery walls. The digestive system. The digestive system is made up of the alimentary canal from mouth to anus and includes the stomach and accessory organs including the liver, pancreas and gall bladder, all of which assist in digestion, absorption and storage of food and nutriments. Food is taken into the mouth by the bite of the teeth and chewed, whilst salivary amylase is added to start off the digestive process and aid lubrication.
Food bolus forms when the food particles get trapped. After the food particles travel down the digestive tract, the waste gets released through the anus, which is “located on the ventral surface of the terminal appendage. The first and second pairs of legs are used in the organisms' filter feeding, ensuring that particles too large to handle are kept out while the other sets of legs create the stream of water rushing into the organism,” (Daphnia). 8. Describe the type of nervous
It is a strong mineral acid with many industrial uses. Hydrochloric acid is naturally found in the gastric juices of the stomach. The most important role of hydrochloric acid is to break down the foods and cause the release of enzymes that further
FOODS THAT AFFECT THE BLOOD VESSELS Blood vessels is important as it is a tissue connected to every organ of the body. There are some food that affects the blood vessels. Vegetables and fruit juices where the dietary rules to consume and potatoes in separate categories, as there are some foods which are high on fat that are guided to avoid or lower their consumption, such as, French fries. The fat products if it is consumed, then it will result to affect the blood vessels. The research had found that the greater intake of sodium which is the chemical present in salt will lead to the greater uric acid and albumin levels - are the greatest damage to thye blood vessels of our body.
The false feet first go out and then the body follows in a kind of oozing motion. The amoeba eats smaller protists, animals, and plants. It captures then in their false feet and slowly increases it in itself so it can not move anymore. Then it passes through the cell wall and membrane and then the food goes into a vacuole which can store oxygen, food, or liquid. The vacuole obtains its nutrients and lets the cell use it as needed.
In the caecum, where most of the absorption happens, food is sorted into fluids and particles. Nutrients absorbed from here are dispersed throughout the body through blood. Indigestible food move on the next stage. Remainings go through the intestine and further digestion and absorption takes place. Then the undigested food then exits through the anus.
Introduction: The salivary glands are exocrine glands which have two functions,firstly is the production of saliva which helps the passage of food through the oesophagus to the stomach, secondly the salivary enzymes which are responsible for the breakdown of nutrients so it is responsible for the first step of digestion. The salivary glands are divided into major and minor groups.The major glans are three pairs which are the parotid, submandibular and sublingual while the minor glands are numerous and scattered in the nasal and oral cavities, paranasal sinuses, soft palate, larynx and pharynx. Diseases may affect salivary glands either as a separate disease or as a part of systemic disease. These diseases may be benign non-neoplastic, benign neoplastic or
These vibrissae are as sensitive as human fingers and allow the manatee to feel its surroundings in a better manner. When feeding the manatee uses its split upper lip to help gather and manipulate food allowing them to easily grasp their food. The manatee only has hind molars that move to the front row slowly as teeth fall out, these molars are efficient for grinding down plants and other forms of vegetation that the manatee feeds on. While the manatee mainly lives in warmer waters they have a thick layer of fat covering their bodies in order to insulate themselves from the cold. Depending on where the manatee lives they will have different thickness of their fat layer, for example manatees occupying warmer waters will have a thinner layer while manatees in colder areas will have a thicker layer of fat.