Y8 - Biology 1.4 (digestive system)

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Match the main structures in your digestive system with their function

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Mouth

Gullet

Stomach

Small intestine

Large intestine

rectum

Anus

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Food is chewed and mixed with saliva. Teet help to break the food into smaller chuncks.

Only food that cannot be digested gets this far. Water passes back into the body, leaving a solid waste of undigested food called feces.

Food is mixed with digestive juices and acids

Digestive juices from liver and pancrease are added and digestion is completed. Small molecules of nutrients pass through the intestine into the blood stream.

This is a muscular ring through which feces pass out of the body.

Feces are stored here until they leave the body.

Food passes down this tube


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