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5 Matching questions

  1. Absorption
  2. Chief Cells
  3. Femoral Hernia
  4. Retroperitoneal
  5. Mechanical Digestion
  1. a Physical: breakdown of food
    mastication: chewing
    Segmentation: mixing and churning
  2. b Secretion of pepsinogen
    acid activates the pepsinogen into pepsin
    pepsin digests proteins
  3. c most common in females
    intestines push through the femoral triangle
  4. d bringing into
    nutrient transport into blood/lymph vessels
  5. e organs that lie directly on the body wall

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Double layer folds of the peritoneum
    support intraperitoneal organs
    1. greater omentum
    2. lesser omentum
    3. mesentary proper
  2. space between two peritoneal layers
    contains serous fluid
  3. Exocrine functions: produces digestive enzymes
    Endocrine Functions: Produces insulin and glucagon
  4. vascularized and innervated
  5. Hydrochloric: acid secretion
    Gastric intrinsic factor: GIF binds to B12 assisting in B12 absorption
    hyposecretion of GIF leads to pernicious anemia

5 True/False questions

  1. Mucous neck cellsacidic mucin secretion to maintain acid condition

          

  2. Segmentationget rid of things
    production and release of bile, enzymes

          

  3. Enteroendocrine CellsHydrochloric: acid secretion
    Gastric intrinsic factor: GIF binds to B12 assisting in B12 absorption
    hyposecretion of GIF leads to pernicious anemia

          

  4. Anal CanalInternal Anal Sphincter: Smooth Muscle, Involuntary
    External Anal Sphincter: Skeletal Muscle, Voluntary
    Anal Sinuses: pressure from passing feces it allows mucous to be released lubricating the canal

          

  5. StomachSimple Columnar Epithelium
    Storage of food
    mechanical digestion: mixes and churns food
    Chemical digestion: initiate protein digestion
    limited absorbtion: asprin, alcohol, salt