The digestive system is composed of two parts: the alimentary canal and the accessory digestive structures. These two parts of the system work together to break down food into absorbable units and eliminate the non-digested material as feces. Let’s begin by identifying each of the organs in the alimentary canal and the accessory digestive structures.
Don’t be a digestive hog — just choose one organ/structure and post details about it — then the rest of us have something to talk about during these posts
The Digestive Process – mouth / stomach
Digestion is divided into two basic parts: physical digestion and chemical digestion. Letâ€™s begin by defining each type of digestion, discussing the enzymes and fluids introduced into the metabolism of nutrients. How does the organs of the upper digestive system (mouth through stomach) relate to these processes?
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