Chapter 23. The Gastrointestinal Tract. Learning Objectives (1 of 2). Identify major types of cleft lip and cleft palate deformity Explain pathogenesis and prevention of dental caries and periodontal disease
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Digestion. Anatomy & Physiology II Tony Serino, Ph.D. Biology Department Misericordia University. Digestion. The reduction through mechanical and chemical means (hydrolysis) of complex food substances into simple monomers and their absorption into the internal environment.
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Chapter 14. CPT Surgery IV. Mediastinum and Diaphragm Subsection. Mediastinum Space in thoracic cavity between lungs that contains aorta, esophagus, heart, and other structures Diaphragm Thin muscle below heart and lungs that separates chest from abdomen. Digestive System Organs.
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Chapter 11 Digestive System Diseases and Disorders. Anatomy and Physiology. Two main purposes Changing foods into simpler substances Eliminating waste products Alimentary canal - continuous tube running from mouth to anus. Anatomy and Physiology. Accessory organs Tongue Teeth
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Week 6. Body structure test After test complete page 56 in syllabus Review homework-oral practice Chapter 6-pages 106-131-lecture Getting ready for Integumentary test- use pages 56 and 67 in the syllabus Homework. Review Integumentary System.
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Human Digestion &. Human Nutrition. Nutrition. All the activities by which an organism obtains and uses food for growth and repair of cells. Nutrients. The substances in food that an organism needs and uses for its life functions. Function of Nutrients.
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Gastrointestinal System Physiology. Fabian Omenankiti. Digestion. Digestion is the breakdown of large, complex organic molecules into smaller components that can be used by the body. Molecules need to be small enough to diffuse across plasma membranes. Steps of digestion.
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Digestive System. THREE ACTIVITIES ARE INVOLVED IN THE DIGESTIVE PROCESS : A. MECHANICAL DIGESTION The first task of the Digestion System is to BREAK DOWN food into a fine pulp to INCREASE its surface area and expose more food molecules to the actions of digestive chemicals.
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Lesson 25. Common Diseases & Disorders: Gastrointestinal & Endocrine Systems. Objectives. Student will be able to explain the common diseases of the Gastrointestinal (GI) System which affect the elderly.
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The Digestive System. Main goal of the Digestive system:. The main goal of the Digestive System is to breakdown food so that your body can use it!. Describe the digestive system. The digestive tract is a series of hollow organs joined in a tube from the mouth to the anus .
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Epithelial Tissues. simple squamous epithelum 10X frog skin. simple squamous epithelum 40X frog skin. simple squamous epithelum 10X human lung alveoli . simple squamous epithelum 40X human lung alveoli. stratified squamous epithelium, non-keratinized 10x esophagus, vagina, inner mouth.
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Protein Metabolism. Protein Metabolism. Nitrogen Pool. Transamination. Transamination. Transamination. Oxidative Deamination. Oxidative Deamination. Oxidative Deamination. Urea Cycle. PKU - Phenylketonurea. Other errors of metabolism. B. Goitrous Cretinism D. Tyrosinosis
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Digestive System & Nutrition Chp 14. Vocabulary. Digestion - mechanical & chemical breakdown of food into nutrients Metabolism - chemical reactions breaking down food and releasing energy from nutrients. Vertebrate Digestive Systems.
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The Human Digestive System. By Rebecca K. Fraker. The Digestive System. What has happened to the food you ate today?. Esophagus Stomach Small Intestine Large Intestine Liver Gall Bladder Pancreas. In the Mouth. Digestion actually begins in the mouth.
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The Digestive System and Nutrition. 7 th Grade Science Mrs. Christopherson Mrs. Goede. Important Vocabulary. Digestion : The process of breaking food down to be used by the body. Why is digestion important?
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Simple Squamous Epithelium. Single layer of flat cells lines blood vessels ( endothelium ), closed body cavities ( mesothelium ) very thin --- controls diffusion, osmosis and filtration
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