5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Gastric Juice
- Mouth (Oral Cavity)
- a Produces bile. This helps digest fats.
- b Functions in indigestion. Saliva is secreted here. Chemical digestion begins here.
- c Large organ with elastic wall. It can store food for hours.
- d A digestive fluid secreted by cells lining the stomach's interior. Made up of strong acid, digestive enzymes, and mucus. Acid is HCL.
- e an essential structural component of living cells and source of energy for animals
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Rhythmic waves of muscular contractions that push food through the esophagus.
- With glycerol, make up the building blocks of lipids.
- A hydrophobic molecule that contains fats.
- Connects the mouth to the esophagus. Opens the Trachea.
- A lipid made of three fatty acid molecules and one glycerol molecule.
5 True/False Questions
Gastrovascular Cavities → A digestive fluid secreted by cells lining the stomach's interior. Made up of strong acid, digestive enzymes, and mucus. Acid is HCL.
Pancreas → Also known as windpipe.
Acid Chyme → Types of proteins. They control functions within a cell. It initiates a chemical reaction.
Lipases → A type of hydrolase that digests fats. It is made and produced by the pancreas.
Protein → Enzymes that break down/digest proteins. Found in the stomach.