5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Salivary Gland
- a a chronic disease of the liver, characterized by an overgrowth of connective tissue or fibrosis.
- b Inflammation of the appendix
- c A polymer (chain) of many amino acids linked together by peptide bonds.
- d Condition characterized by difficulty in passing stool or an infrequent passage of hard stool
- e Glands of the mouth that produce saliva, a digestive secretion
5 Multiple choice questions
- an accumulation of bile pigments in the blood producing a yellow color of the skin.
- An open sore or lesion in the skin or mucous membrane; may cause periodic bleeding and the formation of scars.
- the waves of contraction seen in tubelike organs; propels substances along the tract.
- glands of the mucosa of the stomach that secrete HCl and hydrolytic enzymes (primarily pepsinogen, the inactive form of pepsin, a protein-digesting enzyme), which begins the enzymatic, or chemical breakdown of protein foods.
- the main nitrogen-containing waste excreted in the urine
5 True/False questions
Diarrhea → An abnormal, frequent discharge of fluid fecal matter from the bowel
Villi → fingerlike projections of the small intestinal mucosa that tremendously increase its surface area for absorption.
Hepatitis → burning pain in the chest occurring when part of the stomach contents escapes into the esophagus
Bile → a greenish-yellow or brownish fluid produced in and secreted by the liver, stored in the gallbladder, and released into the small intestine.
chyme → Partially digested, semiliquid food mixed with digestive enzymes and acids in the stomach.