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  1. mouth (food breakdown), pharynx (dual function in respiratory and digestion), stomach (food breakdown), small intestine (divides into duodenum, jejenum and ileum, most chemical digestine occurs here), large intestine (divides into caecum, appendix, colon that has ascending, transverse anbd descending parts, water absorption and production of vits. occur here), accessory organs (salivary glands, liver, gall bladder and pancreas)
  2. ingestion (eating), transportation (peristalsis, food in and waste out), digestion and absorption (physical and chemical breakdown and absorption of food), excretion/defaecation (eliminates solid and other wastes ie. remains after digestion)
  3. relaxation effect reduces stress levels therefore aids digestion, improved circulation and glandular activity results in increased secretion of digested juicies, promotes peristaltic activity as reflex action of nerves are excited, increases the amount of bile secreted by liver, strengthens muscular walls of intestine and abdomen

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  1. definitiondigested food moves from intestine into blood or lymph through walls of villi, mostly occurs in the small intestine and from there it goes to the liver

          

  2. absorptionthe gastro-intestinal tract beginning at the mouth and ending at the anus and its associated organs ie. salivary glands, liver, gall bladder and pancreas