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1/7/1482nd Day of School Learning goal (7.L.1.4): I will be able to list the six types of nutrients and how they are processed by the digestive system Due Today: nutrient/digestion charts Evening Assignment: Finish digestive system page
1/7/14 • On the slip of paper, write your name, date, and answer the following without looking at your textbook or computer. • List the 6 nutrients. • Give an example of a food source for each one. Do Now
Overall Functions of the Digestive System • Digests food into nutrients • Absorbs nutrients into the blood stream • Eliminates solid waste (feces) from the body • Describe Function of the Parts • Teeth • Salivary glands • Epiglottis • Esophagus • Stomach • Small Intestine • Large Intestine • Pancreas • Liver • Gall bladder • Nutrient Description Chart • Nutrient Digestion/Absorbtion Flow chart Sketch of the Digestive System Digestive System due by 1/8/14 McDougall, p. B49
Use the textbook (McDougall p. B45-50, Prentice Hall p. D82-87) and/or Internet to make a flow chart describing how the parts of the digestive system process food and nutrients. Include the type of digestion (chemical or mechanical) and any chemicals involved in digestion. **Put flow chart on your digestive system page** • Pancreas: produces amylase, trypsin, lipase • Liver: produces bile which digests fats in the small intestine. Bile is stored in the gall bladder. Food/Nutrient Processing McDougall, p. B49
Nutrient Digestion Prentice Hall p. D86
Tonight • Complete digestive system page. Evening Assignment