FETAL PIG FUNCTIONS
Regulates egestion of undigested food(feces) from the body
stores bile for the breakdown of fats
Mechanically breakdown food
final site of water reabsorbtion and feces production
Produces bile, converts glucose to glycogen for storage, detoxifies absorbed digested compounds.
secrete digestive enzymes to begin the breakdown of food. lubricates food to be swollowed
responsible for reabsorption of water and electrolytes: produces feces
Produces digestive enzymes and delivers them through the pancreatic duct and duodenum
Responsible for the majority of nutrient absorption and reabsorption of water.
continues the process of nutrient absorption and the reabsorption of water
transports food to the stomach
recieve chyme from the stomach along with secretory enzymes from the gallbladder and the pancreas.
in herbivores it is larger in order to breakdown cellulose. protozoans and anaerobic bacteria responsible. Reduced in omniovores and carnivores
Produces hydrochloric acid and pepsinogen that aid in breaking down food
Side closes to the backbone
side closer to the belly
closest to the tail
closest to the head
closest to the middle of the pig
closest to the sides of the pig
closest to the nose of the pig
closest to the median of the body in reference to another point
farther from the body's meidan plane in reference to another point.
cut between cranial and caudal
hot dog style ( right left)
Covers the lung
covers the surface of the heart
covers the surface of the intestines and stomach
lines the lungs
line the heart
line the outside surface of the intestine and the stomach
connects with the cystic duct and forms the common dile duct
Where does the hepatic duct come from?
Middle region of the stomach
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