THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM. BY ANDREW GLASS AND SEAN LUNDQUIST. INTRODUCTION. The digestive system is one of the biggest systems in the body it has ten organs in the whole system. It brakes down food and makes it in to sends it to the bladder and gets rid of what it doesn’t need. ORGANS. Mouth
BY ANDREW GLASS AND SEAN LUNDQUIST
The digestive system is one of the biggest systems in the body it has ten organs in the whole system. It brakes down food and makes it in to sends it to the bladder and gets rid of what it doesn’t need.
The mouth chews the food with mechanical digestion where the food is chewed. Then it goes into the stomach where it performs chemical digestion.
Then the stomach releases enzymes into the food which starts the process of chemical digestion. Then it goes into the liver, and broken down into compounds and nutrients.
Then it goes pancreas. Then it goes into the small intestine where it is compacted together.
Then it goes into the large intestine and sits for a couple of days where it becomes brown. Then it goes through the rectum. Then it goes out the anus, where you get rid of all the waste.
It interacts very closely with the circulatory system to get the absorbed nutrients distributed through your body. It also works with the excretory system. While the digestive system collects and removes undigested solids, the excretory system filters compounds from the blood stream and collects them in urine.
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