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Anatomy 3 Digestive system
Digestive system
Gastrointestinal tract
Gastro
Enteric
Organs that ingest, digest and absorb food for use by the body
Include structures of the mouth, esophagus, stomach, the smal…
Refers to stomach
Refers to intestines
Digestive system
Organs that ingest, digest and absorb food for use by the body
Gastrointestinal tract
Include structures of the mouth, esophagus, stomach, the smal…
Anatomy Digestive System 3
tight junctions, mucous, bicarbonate
kill bacteria and pepsin activity
parietal cells
chief cells
what protects stomach cells from HCl?
why do you want a pH of 2 in the stomach?
cells of stomach responsible for acid production- allows diff…
cell of stomach that synthesize and release pepsinogen(zymoge…
tight junctions, mucous, bicarbonate
what protects stomach cells from HCl?
kill bacteria and pepsin activity
why do you want a pH of 2 in the stomach?
71 terms
Lab 3: Anatomy of Digestive System
stratified_squamous_epithelium_non_ker…
genioglossus
Lingual frenulum
Fungiform
stratified_squamous_epithelium_non_ker…
genioglossus
Anatomy #3-Digestive System
Components of the digestive system
Functions of the digestive system
Ingestion
Mechanical processing
1. esophagus... 2. liver... 3. gallbladder... 4. large and small intes…
1. ingestion... 2. mechanical processing... 3. secretion... 4. Digesti…
occurs when materials enter digestive tract via the mouth
chewing, churning (mastication)... makes materials easier to pro…
Components of the digestive system
1. esophagus... 2. liver... 3. gallbladder... 4. large and small intes…
Functions of the digestive system
1. ingestion... 2. mechanical processing... 3. secretion... 4. Digesti…
82 terms
Anatomy 3 - Digestive System
ingestion
propulsion
digestion
chemical digestion produces
...
-swallowing... -peristalsis
-mechanical... -chemical
salivary amylase
ingestion
...
propulsion
-swallowing... -peristalsis
8 terms
3. Anatomy: Digestive System
Components of the Digestive System
Functions of the Digestive System
Impressive Lining of Digestive Tract
Four Major Layer of Digestive Tract
1. Mouth: teeth, tongue... 2. Esophagus... 3. Stomach... 4. Small Inte…
(1.) Ingestion... -materials enter digestive tract via mouth... (2…
-Epithelial lining continuous from mouth to anus with externa…
-Mucosa... -Epithelium... -Lamina Propria... -Muscularis Mucosae... -S…
Components of the Digestive System
1. Mouth: teeth, tongue... 2. Esophagus... 3. Stomach... 4. Small Inte…
Functions of the Digestive System
(1.) Ingestion... -materials enter digestive tract via mouth... (2…
149 terms
Human Anatomy - Digestive System
Parotid, Sublingual, and Submandibular…
Alimentary Canal and Accessory Organs
Tongue, Teeth, Salivary Glands, Liver,…
20% of alcohol, aspirin
What are the three salivary glands in the mouth?
What does the digestive system consist of?
What are the accessory organs of the digestive system?
What nutrients does the stomach acquire?
Parotid, Sublingual, and Submandibular…
What are the three salivary glands in the mouth?
Alimentary Canal and Accessory Organs
What does the digestive system consist of?
63 terms
Digestive System Anatomy
Soft Palate
Uvula
Palatine Tonsils
Oropharynx
Letter B represents
Leter C represents
Letter D represents
E =
Soft Palate
Letter B represents
Uvula
Leter C represents
Anatomy of Digestive System
oral cavity (mouth)
pharynx
esophagus
stomach
10 inches long
oral cavity (mouth)
pharynx
274 terms
Digestive System Anatomy and Physiology
Hard Palate
Soft Palate
Uvula
Palatine Tonsils
Letter A represents
Letter B represents
Leter C represents
Letter D represents
Hard Palate
Letter A represents
Soft Palate
Letter B represents
134 terms
Anatomy Test #3 - Digestive System
System Overview
Ingestion
Propulsion
Mechanical digestion
Gastrointestinal tract... - = Alimentary canal... Technically outs…
By mouth
Peristalsis - wave like contractions
Mouth and stomach ... Chewing, churning, mixing with secretions
System Overview
Gastrointestinal tract... - = Alimentary canal... Technically outs…
Ingestion
By mouth
Anatomy Exam #3 (Digestive System)
accessory organs
functions of the liver
what is bile made of
functions of bile
-salivary glands ... -liver... -gallbladder... -pancreas
-process nutrients in blood... ex: glucose (in plasma)<--> glyco…
-cholesterol... -bile salts ... -bilirubin
-excrete bilirubin (from broken-down red blood cells)... -emulsi…
accessory organs
-salivary glands ... -liver... -gallbladder... -pancreas
functions of the liver
-process nutrients in blood... ex: glucose (in plasma)<--> glyco…
42 terms
Anatomy unnit 3 digestive system
_________ is chewing in mouth and incr…
_________ is mixing food particles wit…
_________ moves food through the diges…
Most _________ occurs in the small int…
masication
segmentation
propulsion
absorption
_________ is chewing in mouth and incr…
masication
_________ is mixing food particles wit…
segmentation
28 terms
Practical 3; Anatomy of the Digestive system
Anus
Mouth
Pharynx
Esophagus
Function: defecation
Function: Beginning of digestive tract
Function: passageway for food
Function: food passageway that conducts food to the stomach
Anus
Function: defecation
Mouth
Function: Beginning of digestive tract
108 terms
Ch. 14 Digestive System Anatomy
Hard Palate
Soft Palate
Uvula
Palatine Tonsils
Letter A represents
Letter B represents
Leter C represents
Letter D represents
Hard Palate
Letter A represents
Soft Palate
Letter B represents
120 terms
Anatomy Test 3: Digestive System
Herbivore
Carnivore
Omnivores
Monogastric
Plant eating animal. Cattle, sheep, & goats.
Meat eating animal. Cats.
Eat plants & meat. Humans & pigs.
Also called "simple stomach" animals, they have a single stom…
Herbivore
Plant eating animal. Cattle, sheep, & goats.
Carnivore
Meat eating animal. Cats.
77 terms
Digestive System Anatomy
Pharynx
Oropharynx
Oral cavity
Alimentary Canal
connects ears, nose, and throat
Section of pharynx through which bolus travels when it exits…
major organs through which food travles: Mouth, Pharynx, Esop…
Pharynx
connects ears, nose, and throat
Oropharynx
Section of pharynx through which bolus travels when it exits…
93 terms
Digestive System Anatomy Vocabulary
Digestion
Alimentary Canal or Gastrointestinal (…
Mucosa Layer
Submucosa Layer
Chemical and/or physical decomposition (break down)
Tube structure opened on both ends and forms the digestive sy…
Innermost layer of the GI tract made of three layers; mucous…
The layer of the GI tract that contains numerous small glands…
Digestion
Chemical and/or physical decomposition (break down)
Alimentary Canal or Gastrointestinal (…
Tube structure opened on both ends and forms the digestive sy…
79 terms
Anatomy of the Digestive System Lec 3
The word __________ comes from the Lat…
List the three functions of the Digest…
List the six major components of the D…
List the four Accessory Organs of the…
Aliment
A. Intake of water, vitamins, minerals and food... B. Digestion…
A. Oral Cavity... B. Pharynx... C. Esophagus... D. Stomach... E. Small In…
A. Salivary Glands... B. Liver... C. Gallbladder... D. Pancreas
The word __________ comes from the Lat…
Aliment
List the three functions of the Digest…
A. Intake of water, vitamins, minerals and food... B. Digestion…
33 terms
WEEK 3: DIGESTIVE SYSTEM ANATOMY
what is perotinitis?
what are the layers of the GI tract?
what are the two nerve plexus of GI tr…
what attaches the small intestine to t…
inflammation of the peritoneal membrane
mucosa, submucosa, muscularis externae, serosa
submucosal plexus, myenteric plexus
mesentery, falciform ligament
what is perotinitis?
inflammation of the peritoneal membrane
what are the layers of the GI tract?
mucosa, submucosa, muscularis externae, serosa
75 terms
Anatomy Test 3- The Digestive System
Functions of the Digestive System
ingestion
mechanical processing
secretion
ingestion, mechanical processing, secretion, digestion, absor…
occurs when materials enter digestive tract via the mouth
chewing, churning. makes materials easier to propel along dig…
the release of water, acids, enzymes, and buffers by cells of…
Functions of the Digestive System
ingestion, mechanical processing, secretion, digestion, absor…
ingestion
occurs when materials enter digestive tract via the mouth
Anatomy Unit 3 -- Digestive System
Briefly describe each process performe…
Briefly describe each process performe…
Briefly describe each process performe…
Briefly describe each process performe…
Ingestion is the consumption of a substance by an organism. I…
Propulsion is the movement of food along the digestive tract.…
Swallowing is taking a substance through the mouth and pharyn…
Peristalsis is a series of wave-like muscle contractions that…
Briefly describe each process performe…
Ingestion is the consumption of a substance by an organism. I…
Briefly describe each process performe…
Propulsion is the movement of food along the digestive tract.…
Lab 3: Anatomy of Digestive System
stratified squamous epithelium non ker…
alimentary canal
genioglossus
Lingual frenulum
digestive tube that extends from the mouth to the anus
Protracts and depresses tongue
anchors tongue to floor of mouth
stratified squamous epithelium non ker…
alimentary canal
digestive tube that extends from the mouth to the anus
Anatomy Exam 3: Digestive System
mechanical digestion
vitamins, minerals, free amino acids,…
glucose, fructose, galactose
gastrointestinal tract
cutting and grinding action of teeth, churning actions of sto…
examples of nutrients that are consumed is usable form and ar…
the most important monosaccharides (simple sugars)
consists of the stomach, small intestine, and large intestine
mechanical digestion
cutting and grinding action of teeth, churning actions of sto…
vitamins, minerals, free amino acids,…
examples of nutrients that are consumed is usable form and ar…
101 terms
Anatomy Exam 3: Digestive System
What is cells' currency of energy?
What does cellular respiration do?
ingestion-
digestion-
ATP
converts molecules of foods we eat into ATP
getting food and drink into the body
breakdown of food into its most basic units
What is cells' currency of energy?
ATP
What does cellular respiration do?
converts molecules of foods we eat into ATP
21 terms
Digestive System Anatomy
Pharynx
Mouth
Esophagus
Saliva
Made by these glands
Pharynx
Mouth
140 terms
Lab 3: Anatomy of Digestive System
stratified squamous epithelium non ker…
alimentary canal
genioglossus
Lingual frenulum
digestive tube that extends from the mouth to the anus
Protracts and depresses tongue
anchors tongue to floor of mouth
stratified squamous epithelium non ker…
alimentary canal
digestive tube that extends from the mouth to the anus
376 terms
Anatomy Test 3 Digestive System
nasopharynx
oropharynx
laryngopharynx
nasopharynx borders
what is a
what is b
what is c
from posterior nasal aperture running inferiorly to end of uv…
nasopharynx
what is a
oropharynx
what is b
31 terms
Anatomy Lab 3 Digestive System
the space within the thorax containing…
the space within the trunk between the…
the dome-shaped muscle separating the…
the cleft through the abdominal cavity…
thoracic cavity
abdominal cavity
diaphragm
inguinal canal
the space within the thorax containing…
thoracic cavity
the space within the trunk between the…
abdominal cavity
16 terms
Digestive System Anatomy
pharynx
esophagus
stomach
liver
pharynx
esophagus
90 terms
Anatomy Exam 3-- Digestive System
Steps of Digestion
Mechanical Disgestion
Chemical Digestion
nutrients absorbed without digestion
-ingestion... -digestion... -absorption... -compaction... -defecation
-cutting/ grinding of teeth... -churning of stomach/ intestines…
-involves hydrolysis reactions that break polymers into small…
-vitamins... -free amino acids... -minerals... -cholesterol ... -water
Steps of Digestion
-ingestion... -digestion... -absorption... -compaction... -defecation
Mechanical Disgestion
-cutting/ grinding of teeth... -churning of stomach/ intestines…
39 terms
anatomy exam #3 Digestive System
What is the difference between the ali…
Describe the pathway that food takes f…
What is the difference between digesti…
What are the main functions of the mou…
They are the same. It is a passage along which food passes th…
mouth>esophagus>stomach>duodenum>small intestine>large intest…
Digestion: Chemical and mechanical breakdown of food.... *two ty…
Mouth: Food intake, taste and other sensory responses to food…
What is the difference between the ali…
They are the same. It is a passage along which food passes th…
Describe the pathway that food takes f…
mouth>esophagus>stomach>duodenum>small intestine>large intest…
61 terms
The Digestive System Anatomy Exam 3
What are the two main organ groups of…
GI tract is
What is the function of the GI tract?
What are the 7 organs of the GI tract?
Alimentary Canal (GI) Tract ... Accessory digestive organs
The continuous muscular tube that winds through the body from…
It digests food and absorbs the digested fragments through it…
Mouth... Pharynx ... Esophagus ... Stomach ... Small intestine ... Large Int…
What are the two main organ groups of…
Alimentary Canal (GI) Tract ... Accessory digestive organs
GI tract is
The continuous muscular tube that winds through the body from…
Anatomy test 3 Digestive system
the abdominal cavity are bordered supe…
the abdominal cavity are bordered infe…
the abdominal cavity are lined by the…
there are 6 functions of the digestive…
diaphragm
pelvic cavity
peritoneum
ingestion... mechanical processing ... secretion ... digestion... absorpt…
the abdominal cavity are bordered supe…
diaphragm
the abdominal cavity are bordered infe…
pelvic cavity
Anatomy of the digestive system- Exam 3
What does the digestive system provide…
Nutrients, water, electrolytes, and ot…
Organs in the digestive system are res…
To make things more difficult, the foo…
Nutrients, water, electrolytes, and other substances essentia…
The blood (with residual material passing through for elimina…
1. Ingestion... 2. Propulsion... 3. Digestion... 4. Secretion... 5. Absor…
Bacteria, viruses, toxins, and many other things harmful to t…
What does the digestive system provide…
Nutrients, water, electrolytes, and other substances essentia…
Nutrients, water, electrolytes, and ot…
The blood (with residual material passing through for elimina…
40 terms
Anatomy 33 Digestive system 3
3 additional organs that aid in digest…
where are their secretions transported
Liver
what is the liver partially protected by
liver... gallbladder... pancreas
lumen of digestive tract via ducts
second largest organ after skin... location- majority in upper r…
rib cage
3 additional organs that aid in digest…
liver... gallbladder... pancreas
where are their secretions transported
lumen of digestive tract via ducts
6 terms
Anatomy of digestive system part 3
duodenal glands
salivary gland
pancreas
liver
produces mucus; found in the submucosa of the small intestine
produces a product containing amylase that begins starch brea…
produces many enzymes and an alkaline fluid that is secreted…
produces bile that it secretes into the duodenum via the bile…
duodenal glands
produces mucus; found in the submucosa of the small intestine
salivary gland
produces a product containing amylase that begins starch brea…
56 terms
Anatomy Unit 3 -- Digestive System
Briefly describe each process performe…
Briefly describe each process performe…
Briefly describe each process performe…
Briefly describe each process performe…
Ingestion is the consumption of a substance by an organism. O…
Propulsion is the movement of food along the digestive tract.…
Swallowing is taking a substance through the mouth and pharyn…
Peristalsis is a series of wave-like muscle contractions that…
Briefly describe each process performe…
Ingestion is the consumption of a substance by an organism. O…
Briefly describe each process performe…
Propulsion is the movement of food along the digestive tract.…
48 terms
Digestive System Anatomy
Pharynx
Mouth
Alimentary Canal
Accessory Organs
Mouth, Pharynx, Esophagus, Stomach, Small Intestine, Large In…
Gallbladder, Liver, Pancreas, Appendix, Salivary Glands
Pharynx
Mouth
Anatomy of the digestive system- Exam 3
What does the digestive system provide…
Nutrients, water, electrolytes, and ot…
Organs in the digestive system are res…
To make things more difficult, the foo…
Nutrients, water, electrolytes, and other substances essentia…
The blood (with residual material passing through for elimina…
1. Ingestion... 2. Propulsion... 3. Digestion... 4. Secretion... 5. Absor…
Bacteria, viruses, toxins, and many other things harmful to t…
What does the digestive system provide…
Nutrients, water, electrolytes, and other substances essentia…
Nutrients, water, electrolytes, and ot…
The blood (with residual material passing through for elimina…
23 terms
Human Anatomy Digestive System part 3
LIVER
Bile
What are the four lobes of the Liver
Hepatic proper artery
Is a chemical processing plant. It produces bile and process…
Produced within the LIVER is transported out through ducts to…
right, left, quadrate & caudate.
provides oxygen rich blood to liver
LIVER
Is a chemical processing plant. It produces bile and process…
Bile
Produced within the LIVER is transported out through ducts to…
76 terms
Human Anatomy: Digestive System
Oral Cavity
Incisors
Premolars
Canines
Oral Cavity
Incisors
65 terms
WEEK 3: DIGESTIVE SYSTEM ANATOMY
Enterocytes location? function
Goblet cells location? function
Eneteroendocrine glands location? func…
what is the function of secretin
small intestine, absorptive cells that are simple columnar re…
small intestine, produces mucus
small intestine, secretin, cck, motilin, GIP, gastrin, paneth…
inhibits gastric acid, produces bicarbonate
Enterocytes location? function
small intestine, absorptive cells that are simple columnar re…
Goblet cells location? function
small intestine, produces mucus
Anatomy Exam 3- The Digestive System
Digestion
Digestive system
Alimentary canal
Mouth
The mechanical and chemical breakdown of foods so that nutrie…
Consists of the alimentary canal, leading from mouth to anus,…
Series of muscular tube and accessory organs extending from t…
Where the mechanical breakdown of food occurs; begins chemica…
Digestion
The mechanical and chemical breakdown of foods so that nutrie…
Digestive system
Consists of the alimentary canal, leading from mouth to anus,…
46 terms
Anatomy of the Digestive System
Alimentary Canal
Accessory Organs
Ingestion
Absorption
Another name for the GI Tract; it contains the mouth, esophag…
Salivary glands, Liver, Gallbladder, & Pancreas; These organs…
Process by which food/fluid enters the mouth
Process by which nutrients are taken into the small intestine
Alimentary Canal
Another name for the GI Tract; it contains the mouth, esophag…
Accessory Organs
Salivary glands, Liver, Gallbladder, & Pancreas; These organs…
Anatomy Test 3 - Digestive system
Two groups of organs in the digestive…
Organs in the gastrointestinal tract
Accessory organs of the digestive system
Greater omentum
Gastrointestinal tract... Accesory organs
Mouth... Pharynx... Esophagus... Stomach... Small intestine... Large intestine
Teeth... Tongue... Salivary glands... Liver... Gallbladder... Pancreas
Attaches to the greater curvature of the stomach, then folds…
Two groups of organs in the digestive…
Gastrointestinal tract... Accesory organs
Organs in the gastrointestinal tract
Mouth... Pharynx... Esophagus... Stomach... Small intestine... Large intestine
45 terms
anatomy exam 3- the digestive system
abdominal cavity
functions of digestive system
lining of digestive tract
general organization of digestive tract
bordered superiorly by the diaphragm, bordered inferiorly by…
1) ingestion- occurs when materials enter digestive tract via…
the epithelial lining of the digestive tract is continuous, a…
4 major layers of the digestive tract from inside to outside:…
abdominal cavity
bordered superiorly by the diaphragm, bordered inferiorly by…
functions of digestive system
1) ingestion- occurs when materials enter digestive tract via…
76 terms
Anatomy Test 3: Digestive system
Abdominal cavity
Functions of Digestive system
Ingestions
Mechanical processing
bordered superiorly by diaphragm, inferiorly by pelvic cavity…
ingestion, mechanical processing, secretion, digestion, absor…
occurs when materials enter digestive tract via mouth
chewing, churning... makes materials easier to propel along dige…
Abdominal cavity
bordered superiorly by diaphragm, inferiorly by pelvic cavity…
Functions of Digestive system
ingestion, mechanical processing, secretion, digestion, absor…
Anatomy Exam 3: Digestive System
Digestion
Metabolism
Organs of Alimentary Canal
Processes of the Digestive System
-Breakdown of ingested food ... -absorption of nutrients into th…
-producing cellular energy (ATP)... -Constructive and degradativ…
-Mouth ... -Pharynx ... -Esophagus... -Stomach... -Small intestine... -Large…
1. Ingestion: getting food into the month ... 2. Propulsion: mov…
Digestion
-Breakdown of ingested food ... -absorption of nutrients into th…
Metabolism
-producing cellular energy (ATP)... -Constructive and degradativ…
120 terms
Anatomy Exam 3 - Digestive System
The exposed part above the gum (gingiv…
The hardest substance in the body is _…
Enamel is densely packed ___________ b…
When does enamel stop forming?
Crown
Enamel
hydroxiapatites, collagen
Once tooth has erupted
The exposed part above the gum (gingiv…
Crown
The hardest substance in the body is _…
Enamel
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