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BM1011 - Nervous System
Action Potential
Neuron
Nerve
Axon
Transmitted signal from axon to synapse triggering release of…
Conducting cell of the nervous system - generate and transmit…
A collection of neurons used to send signals to organs/tissues
Region of the neuron which generates action potential
Action Potential
Transmitted signal from axon to synapse triggering release of…
Neuron
Conducting cell of the nervous system - generate and transmit…
nervous system BM1011
Which part of the neuron receives inpu…
which part of the neuron integrates si…
which part of the neuron generates ele…
In a neuron are there more axons or de…
dendrites
cell body
axon
dendrites
Which part of the neuron receives inpu…
dendrites
which part of the neuron integrates si…
cell body
BM1011: renal system
the cortex, medulla and pelvis
renal artery, renal vein and ureter
renal corpuscle, proximal convoluted t…
site of filtration where large molecul…
What are the three main regions of the kidney
What are the three tubes that project into the pelvis of the…
What is the structure of the nephron
What is the function of the renal corpuscle
the cortex, medulla and pelvis
What are the three main regions of the kidney
renal artery, renal vein and ureter
What are the three tubes that project into the pelvis of the…
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bm1011 bit of nervous system
where is the most basic integration of…
Describe the path of a sensory stimulu…
what is the most basic level of contro…
what is the highest level of control o…
at the receptor
Receptor to spinal cord, up spinal cord to thalamus, thalamus…
spinal cord
the cerebellum
where is the most basic integration of…
at the receptor
Describe the path of a sensory stimulu…
Receptor to spinal cord, up spinal cord to thalamus, thalamus…
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Nervous system 1 (the Brain) BM1011
Where in the spinal cord do sensory ne…
What is the path of a sensory stimulus…
What is the most basic level of contro…
Where in the spinal cord do motor neur…
Sensory=afferent=dorsal (S.A.D)
1.Receptor to spinal cord... 2.Up spinal cord to thalamus... 3. Tha…
Spinal cord
Ventral = efferent
Where in the spinal cord do sensory ne…
Sensory=afferent=dorsal (S.A.D)
What is the path of a sensory stimulus…
1.Receptor to spinal cord... 2.Up spinal cord to thalamus... 3. Tha…
Digestive System ZOOL1011 LSUE/ A. Williams
What is the digestive system?
What are the divisions of the digestiv…
What is the alimentary canal?
What are the accessory organs of the d…
anatomy of the alimentary canal and accessory digestive organs
there are two anatomical divisions: alimentary canal (GI trac…
an anatomical division of the digestive system; GI tract; a t…
an anatomical division of the digestive system; structures as…
What is the digestive system?
anatomy of the alimentary canal and accessory digestive organs
What are the divisions of the digestiv…
there are two anatomical divisions: alimentary canal (GI trac…
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digestive system-bms
ingestion
mixing
digestion
absorption
taking foods and liquids into the body ... - mouth
churn food to maximize uptake of nutrients... - stomach, intesti…
mechanical and chemical process for breaking down food... -mecha…
move molecular nutrients from lumen into the body... -small inte…
ingestion
taking foods and liquids into the body ... - mouth
mixing
churn food to maximize uptake of nutrients... - stomach, intesti…
Digestive System ZOOL1011 LSUE/ A. Williams
digestive system
divisions of the digestive system
alimentary canal
accessory organs
anatomy of the alimentary canal and accessory digestive organs
there are two anatomical divisions: alimentary canal (GI trac…
tube extending from mouth to anus; includes the oral cavity,…
an anatomical division of the digestive system; structures as…
digestive system
anatomy of the alimentary canal and accessory digestive organs
divisions of the digestive system
there are two anatomical divisions: alimentary canal (GI trac…
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BMS 330 Digestive system
Digestion
Digestive system
Chemical digestion
Sources of water for chemical digestion
Function of the digestive tract... Mechanical, chemical, and fer…
Digestion, absorption, and protection
Requires glandular secretion ... Water, enzymes, and acids are n…
Salivary glands, GI tract glands
Digestion
Function of the digestive tract... Mechanical, chemical, and fer…
Digestive system
Digestion, absorption, and protection
BMS 208 Digestive System
Digestive System
Accessory Organs
Salivary Glands
Parotid gland
Consists of muscular tube, digestive tract, and various acces…
Salivary glands... Liver... Gall Bladder... Panreas
Parotid Glands... Sublingual Glands... Submandibular glands
duct( stensons duct) opens into oral cavity at level of upper…
Digestive System
Consists of muscular tube, digestive tract, and various acces…
Accessory Organs
Salivary glands... Liver... Gall Bladder... Panreas
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BMS 251 Digestive System
What are the 6 main functions of the d…
What is mechanical digestion
Chemical digestion
What are the organs of the GI tract
Ingestion, motility, secretion, digestion, absorption, and el…
material physically broken down by chewing and mixing
involves specific enzymes to break chemical bonds
oral cavity, pharynx, esophagus, stomach, small intestine, la…
What are the 6 main functions of the d…
Ingestion, motility, secretion, digestion, absorption, and el…
What is mechanical digestion
material physically broken down by chewing and mixing
39 terms
BMS 107 Digestive System
The functions of the digestive system
Ingestion
Digestion
Transport/ Propulsion
- Ingestion... - Digestion... - Transport/ Propulsion... - Absorption…
food and liquids
- Mechanical (physical breakdown) teeth & tongue... - Chemical b…
movement of substances through GI tract (muscle action)
The functions of the digestive system
- Ingestion... - Digestion... - Transport/ Propulsion... - Absorption…
Ingestion
food and liquids
BMS 110 The Digestive System
Digestive System
Gastrointestinal (GI) Tract
Digestion
Mouth, pharynx esophagus, stomach, sma…
A long tube where food is broken down and nutrients in it are…
The digestive system; consists of major and accessory organs,…
Mechanically or chemically breaking down food into their subu…
Primary Organs of the Digestive System
Digestive System
A long tube where food is broken down and nutrients in it are…
Gastrointestinal (GI) Tract
The digestive system; consists of major and accessory organs,…
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Digestive system BMS 110
pharynx
mouth
esophagus
larynx
throat
mastication of food, mix with saliva
A muscular tube that connects the mouth to the stomach
Voice box
pharynx
throat
mouth
mastication of food, mix with saliva
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BMS Lab: Digestive System
Parts of the Gastrointestinal Tract
3 Regions of the Small Intestin
Four Regions of the Large Intestine
Accesory Digestive Organs
-mouth... -pharynx... -esophagus... -stomach... -small intestine... -large i…
-duodenum... -jejunum... -lleum
-cecum... -colon... -rectum... -anal canal
-teeth... -tongue... -salivary glands... -liver... -gallbladder... -pancreas
Parts of the Gastrointestinal Tract
-mouth... -pharynx... -esophagus... -stomach... -small intestine... -large i…
3 Regions of the Small Intestin
-duodenum... -jejunum... -lleum
BMS FF - Digestive System
A
B
C
D
appendix
bile
cecum
duodenum
A
appendix
B
bile
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BMS 208 Digestive System
Gastrointestinal tract
Accessory Digestive Organs
Oral cavity
Roof of the oral cavity
oral cavity, pharynx, esophagus, stomach, large intestine, sm…
salivary glands, liver, gallbladder, pancreas
...
hard palate, soft palate, uvula
Gastrointestinal tract
oral cavity, pharynx, esophagus, stomach, large intestine, sm…
Accessory Digestive Organs
salivary glands, liver, gallbladder, pancreas
BMS 309 Digestive System
Filiform papillae
Fungiform papillae
Vallate papillae
Lingual tonsil
Anterior 2/3 of tongue
Anterior 2/3 of tongue
Large V-shape on posterior 1/3 of tongue
Posterior side of tongue
Filiform papillae
Anterior 2/3 of tongue
Fungiform papillae
Anterior 2/3 of tongue
BMS 208 Digestive System
Muscles Responsible for Mastication
Salivary Amylase
Saliva
Mucosa
Maseter and and Temporalis
Enzyme for breaking down carbs
Responsible for moistening food, cleaning the oral cavity, an…
Innermost layer of GI Tract; simple columnar epithelium, areo…
Muscles Responsible for Mastication
Maseter and and Temporalis
Salivary Amylase
Enzyme for breaking down carbs
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BMS 251 Digestive System
What are the 6 main functions of the d…
What is mechanical digestion
Chemical digestion
What are the organs of the GI tract
Ingestion, motility, secretion, digestion, absorption, and el…
material physically broken down by chewing and mixing
involves specific enzymes to break chemical bonds
oral cavity, pharynx, esophagus, stomach, small intestine, la…
What are the 6 main functions of the d…
Ingestion, motility, secretion, digestion, absorption, and el…
What is mechanical digestion
material physically broken down by chewing and mixing
BMS 110 Digestive system
GI tract
Primary organs
Secondary organs
Small intesine
has major and accessory organs. lined with epithelium tissue,…
Esophagus, mouth, pharynx, stomach, large and small intestine…
Teeth and tongue, salivary glands, liver, gallbladder, pancre…
Four layers-... -mucosa- inner layer. epithelial cells (goblet c…
GI tract
has major and accessory organs. lined with epithelium tissue,…
Primary organs
Esophagus, mouth, pharynx, stomach, large and small intestine…
BMS Digestive System
ingestion
mixing
digestion
absorption
taking food and liquids into the body; in the mouth
churn food to maximize uptake of nutrients; in the stomach an…
mechanical and chemical processes for breaking down food; mec…
move molecular nutrients from the lumen into the body; small…
ingestion
taking food and liquids into the body; in the mouth
mixing
churn food to maximize uptake of nutrients; in the stomach an…
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Grade 7_Clifford BMS Digestive System
salivary glands
esophagus
stomach
small intestine
glands in the cheeks and under the tongue which produce saliv…
muscular tube which creates peristaltic waves to carry swallo…
muscular organ which churns food and secretes enzymes and acids
hollow tract where chemical digestion continues and nutrients…
salivary glands
glands in the cheeks and under the tongue which produce saliv…
esophagus
muscular tube which creates peristaltic waves to carry swallo…
11 terms
BMS111 Digestive System
absorption
mechanical digestion
chemical digestion
Benedicts solution
uptake of large, food component molecules into cells
physically decreasing size of food
enzymatic reactions that break polymers into oligomers or mon…
identifies the presence of simple carbohydrates
absorption
uptake of large, food component molecules into cells
mechanical digestion
physically decreasing size of food
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Digestive System ZOOL1011 LSUE/ A. Williams
What is the digestive system?
What are the divisions of the digestiv…
What is the alimentary canal?
What are the accessory organs of the d…
anatomy of the alimentary canal and accessory digestive organs
there are two anatomical divisions: alimentary canal (GI trac…
an anatomical division of the digestive system; GI tract; a t…
an anatomical division of the digestive system; structures as…
What is the digestive system?
anatomy of the alimentary canal and accessory digestive organs
What are the divisions of the digestiv…
there are two anatomical divisions: alimentary canal (GI trac…
Digestive System BMS 121
crown
pulp
duodenum
gall stones
visible part of the tooth covered in enamel
contains nerves and blood vessels
first part of small intestine
excess cholesterol can solidify in gall bladder and block the…
crown
visible part of the tooth covered in enamel
pulp
contains nerves and blood vessels
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BMS404 Organization of Digestive System
includes the gastrointestinal tract pl…
a tube that is about 15 feet long and…
accessory organs of the GI tract include
what is the function of the gastrointe…
gastrointestinal system
adult gastrointestinal tract
salivary glands, liver, gallbladder, and pancreas
supplies nutrients to the body
includes the gastrointestinal tract pl…
gastrointestinal system
a tube that is about 15 feet long and…
adult gastrointestinal tract
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BMS 330 digestive system 3
Salivary glands
Mucins
alpha-amylase
lysozyme, IgAs
Secrete proteins, water and ions... In most areas of the mouth... C…
Secreted by salivary gland... Glycoproteins that produce mucus
Not in most species ... Breaks down complex sugars ... Secreted by…
Secreted by salivary gland... Antibacterial activity
Salivary glands
Secrete proteins, water and ions... In most areas of the mouth... C…
Mucins
Secreted by salivary gland... Glycoproteins that produce mucus
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BMS 330 Digestive system 2
Oral cavity parts
Tongue
Oral cavity epithelium
Non-keratinized parts
Lips, teeth, tongue, palate, pharynx
Has papilla, taste buds on dorsal surface... Core of skeletal mu…
Stratified squamous +/- keratin... Lip transition from skin to m…
soft palate, lips, cheeks, floor
Oral cavity parts
Lips, teeth, tongue, palate, pharynx
Tongue
Has papilla, taste buds on dorsal surface... Core of skeletal mu…
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BM1002: Digestive, cardiovascular and respiratory system
Derivatives of dorsal mesogastrium
Derivatives of ventral mesogastrium
Truncus arteriosus becomes:
Conus cordis becomes:
Greater omentum ... Mesentery proper
Lesser omentum... Falciform ligament... Ligamentum teres
Ascending aorta... Pulmonary trunk
Blood flow from ventricles to aorta and pulmonary trunk
Derivatives of dorsal mesogastrium
Greater omentum ... Mesentery proper
Derivatives of ventral mesogastrium
Lesser omentum... Falciform ligament... Ligamentum teres
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bms exam 4- digestive system
ingestion
mixing
digestion
absorption
taking foods and liquids into the body... -mouth
churn food to maximize uptake of nutrients... -stomach, intestine
mechanical and chemical processes for breaking down food... -mec…
move molecular nutrients from the lumen into the body... -small…
ingestion
taking foods and liquids into the body... -mouth
mixing
churn food to maximize uptake of nutrients... -stomach, intestine
17 terms
BMS Exam 3 - Digestive System
digestive pathway
mouth - mechanical parts
mouth - chemical (2 enzymes)
salivary amylase
mouth, esophagus, stomach, small intestine, large intestine
teeth: incisors (front - gnaw), canines (tear things), pre-mo…
salivary amylase & lingual lipase
in mouth, enzyme produced by salivary glands, breaks down carbs
digestive pathway
mouth, esophagus, stomach, small intestine, large intestine
mouth - mechanical parts
teeth: incisors (front - gnaw), canines (tear things), pre-mo…
BMS 110 The Digestive System and Nutrition
Digestive System
Mucosa
Submucosal
Muscularis
major and accessory organs; lined with epithelium tissue; mucus
inner layer of the digestive tube; epithelial cells
layer of digestive tube; connective tissue
layer of digestive tube; smooth muscle with two sublayers
Digestive System
major and accessory organs; lined with epithelium tissue; mucus
Mucosa
inner layer of the digestive tube; epithelial cells
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BMS digestive system chapter 24
The active process that occurs when ma…
Which of the following digestive regio…
Sympathetic stimulation of the muscula…
Which of the following major layers of…
ingestion
Pharynx
muscular inhibition and relaxation
submucosa
The active process that occurs when ma…
ingestion
Which of the following digestive regio…
Pharynx
BMS 251- Digestive System Lab
Two anatomical divisions of digestive…
Mouth, pharynx, esophagus, stomach, sm…
Teeth, tongue, salivary glands, liver,…
5 stages of digestion
Digestive Tract... Accessory organs
Digestive tract= alimentary canal
Accessory organs
1. Ingestion... 2. Digestion... 3. Absorption... 4. Compaction... 5. Defe…
Two anatomical divisions of digestive…
Digestive Tract... Accessory organs
Mouth, pharynx, esophagus, stomach, sm…
Digestive tract= alimentary canal
38 terms
Digestive System (BMS Test 4)
What is ingestion and where does is oc…
What is mixing and where does it occur?
What is digestion and where does it oc…
What is absorption and where does it o…
taking food and liquids into the body, in the mouth
churn food to maximize uptake of nutrients, in the stomach an…
mechanical and chemical processors for breaking down food, mo…
move molecular nutrients from the lumen into the body, small…
What is ingestion and where does is oc…
taking food and liquids into the body, in the mouth
What is mixing and where does it occur?
churn food to maximize uptake of nutrients, in the stomach an…
BMS Exam 4: Digestive System
ingestion
mixing
digestion
absorption
taking foods or liquids into body through the mouth
churn food to maximize uptake of nutrients through the stomac…
mechanical (mouth/stomach) and chemical (mouth/stomach/small…
move molecular nutrients from lumen into body through the sma…
ingestion
taking foods or liquids into body through the mouth
mixing
churn food to maximize uptake of nutrients through the stomac…
34 terms
bms exam #4: digestive system
processed of the digestive system
parts of the digestive system
chemical digestion
mechanical digestion
ingestion... mixing... digestion... absorption... defecation
mouth... pharynx... esophagus... stomach... small intestine... large intestine
mouth, stomach, small intestine
mouth, stomach
processed of the digestive system
ingestion... mixing... digestion... absorption... defecation
parts of the digestive system
mouth... pharynx... esophagus... stomach... small intestine... large intestine
BMS 251- Digestive System Lab
Two anatomical divisions of digestive…
Mouth, pharynx, esophagus, stomach, sm…
Teeth, tongue, salivary glands, liver,…
5 stages of digestion
Digestive Tract... Accessory organs
Digestive tract= alimentary canal
Accessory organs
1. Ingestion... 2. Digestion... 3. Absorption... 4. Compaction... 5. Defe…
Two anatomical divisions of digestive…
Digestive Tract... Accessory organs
Mouth, pharynx, esophagus, stomach, sm…
Digestive tract= alimentary canal
36 terms
BMS 208 Final Digestive System
Main organs of digestive tract
Accessory organs
Oral cavity
Oral cavity contains
-oral cavity... -pharynx... -esophagus... -stomach... -small intestine... -l…
-teeth... -tongue... -salivary glands... -liver... -gallbladder... -pancreas
mouth is the initial site of mechanical digestion (masticatio…
-cheeks... -lip... -tongue... -hard palate... -soft palate... -teeth... -uvula
Main organs of digestive tract
-oral cavity... -pharynx... -esophagus... -stomach... -small intestine... -l…
Accessory organs
-teeth... -tongue... -salivary glands... -liver... -gallbladder... -pancreas
149 terms
BMS 330: Bolser Lower Digestive System
cervical esophagus
thoracic esophagus
abdominal esophagus
stomach
A
B
C
A
cervical esophagus
A
thoracic esophagus
B
134 terms
BMS 251 Chapter 26 Digestive System
What are the six main functions of the…
Describe ingestion
Describe motility
describe secretion
ingestion, motility, secretion, digestion, absorption, elimin…
introduction of solid and liquid nutrients into the oral cavi…
voluntary and involuntary muscular contractions; mixing and m…
process pf producing and releasing fluid products facilitatin…
What are the six main functions of the…
ingestion, motility, secretion, digestion, absorption, elimin…
Describe ingestion
introduction of solid and liquid nutrients into the oral cavi…
BMS 393: Digestive System (lab3)
tongue
filiform papillae
fungiform papillae
vallate papillae
tongue
filiform papillae
17 terms
bms 202 lab final-digestive system
ingestion
digestion
absorption
egestion
eat or take in foods
break down of food into nutrients
uptake of nutrients into body
elimination of wastes from the body
ingestion
eat or take in foods
digestion
break down of food into nutrients
BMS 110 Test 4-Digestive System
what are the five processes of the dig…
what is ingestion?
what part of your body carries out ing…
what is mixing?
-ingestion... -mixing... -churning... -digestion... -absorption... -defecation
taking foods and liquids into your body
mouth
churn food to maximize the uptake of nutrients
what are the five processes of the dig…
-ingestion... -mixing... -churning... -digestion... -absorption... -defecation
what is ingestion?
taking foods and liquids into your body
12 terms
BMS 202 Chapter 17 Digestive System
Mucosa
Submucosa
Muscularis
Serosa
inner most layer of the alimentary canal. Functions as protec…
layer of the alimentary canal that has nerves, blood vessels.…
middle layer made of smooth muscle that functions as movement
outer covering made of viscera; peritoneum, secrets serous fl…
Mucosa
inner most layer of the alimentary canal. Functions as protec…
Submucosa
layer of the alimentary canal that has nerves, blood vessels.…
31 terms
BMS 202-903 Lab 11-Digestive System
Mastication
Esophageal peristalsis
Stratified squamous epithelia
moves bolus to stomach
Tearing, ripping, and beating down food (mechanical digestion)
What type of contractions occur in the esophagus?
What type of tissue forms the mucosa in the esophagus?
What is the function of the stratified squamous epithelia in…
Mastication
Tearing, ripping, and beating down food (mechanical digestion)
Esophageal peristalsis
What type of contractions occur in the esophagus?
33 terms
human body systems digestion circulatory lymphatic BMS
Question
Amylase is an example of a(n) ____.
The ____ produces enzymes and insulin…
What would MOST directly affect the op…
Answer
enzyme
pancreas
liver damage
Question
Answer
Amylase is an example of a(n) ____.
enzyme
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BMS Ch 14 and 15: The Digestive System
Gastrointestinal Tract
What are the 4 layers of the digestive…
Ingestion
Digestion
Major and accessory organs... lined with epithelium tissue... mucus
1. Mucosa of epithelial cells... 2. Submucosal layer of connecti…
intake of food via the mouth
mechanically or chemically breaking down food into their subu…
Gastrointestinal Tract
Major and accessory organs... lined with epithelium tissue... mucus
What are the 4 layers of the digestive…
1. Mucosa of epithelial cells... 2. Submucosal layer of connecti…
32 terms
BMS 251 Lab 8: Digestive System
Ascending colon
Bile duct
Body of stomach
Cardia of stomach
Ascending colon
Bile duct
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