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  1. Submucosa
  2. Excretion
  3. Esophagus
  4. Submucosal Nerve Plexus
  5. Lamina Propria
  1. a Deep to the epithelial layer, loose connective tissue, and contains small blood vessels, small lymphatic vessels and lymphoid tissue, and small sensory and motor nerves.
  2. b Removal of waste products (feces) from body.
  3. c Contains sensory neurons that sense chemical changes in the lumen, and motor neurons (sympathetic and parasympathetic) that innervate the muscularis mucosae.
  4. d A hollow muscular tube, transports solid food and liquids to the stomach, and passes through the diaphragm muscle to get from the larynx to the abdomen.
  5. e Deep to the mucosa, dense irregular connective tissue, and contains large blood vessels, large lymphatic vessels, and large nerves.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Release the hormone Gastrin, which stimulates secretions by parietal and chief cells.
  2. Duodenum, Jejunum, and Ileum.
  3. Deep to the lamina propria, a thin layer of smooth muscle cells, and muscle contraction causes movement of the mucosa.
  4. G cells and Stem cells.
  5. The inner lining of the digestive tract and consists of its own three layers: epithelium, lamina propria: loose CT, and muscularis mucosae: a thin smooth muscle layer.

5 True/False questions

  1. SerosaThe outer lining of the digestive tract, composed of simple squamous epithelium, and loose connective tissue.

          

  2. Regions of StomachFundus, body, and pylorus.

          

  3. PlicaeFolds in the intestinal lining, which increase surface area and are covered with villi.

          

  4. Mechanical processingDeep to the epithelial layer, loose connective tissue, and contains small blood vessels, small lymphatic vessels and lymphoid tissue, and small sensory and motor nerves.

          

  5. Surface EpitheliumThe last segment of the small intestine, about 12 feet long, and ends at the Ileocecal valve: controls the flow from the small intestine into the large intestine.