Digestive System Chapter 41
Essential amino acids from a vegetarian diet
Mineral Requirements of Humans Minerals are inorganic molecules required in small amounts.  Often cofactors .
Vitamin Requirements of Humans: Water-Soluble Vitamins Vitamins are organic molecules required in small amounts.  Often co...
Vitamin Requirements of Humans: Fat-Soluble Vitamins   No need to memorize all of the vitamins and minerals, but do unders...
Suspension-feeding: a baleen whale
Substrate-feeding: a leaf miner
Fluid-feeding: a mosquito
Bulk-feeding: a python
Intracellular digestion in  Paramecium
Extracellular digestion in a gastrovascular cavity
Alimentary canals
The human digestive system
From mouth to stomach: the swallowing reflex and esophageal  peristalsis
Secretion of gastric juice
The duodenum
Enzymatic digestion in the human digestive system
Activation of protein-digesting enzymes in the small intestine
The structure of the small intestine
Large intestine
Dentition and diet
The digestive tracts of a carnivore (coyote) and a herbivore (koala) compared
Ruminant digestion
Major things to know: <ul><li>Major compartments of the alimentary canal and their contributions to animal nutrition. </li...
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Ch.41 digestive system

  1. 1. Digestive System Chapter 41
  2. 2. Essential amino acids from a vegetarian diet
  3. 3. Mineral Requirements of Humans Minerals are inorganic molecules required in small amounts. Often cofactors .
  4. 4. Vitamin Requirements of Humans: Water-Soluble Vitamins Vitamins are organic molecules required in small amounts. Often coenzymes .
  5. 5. Vitamin Requirements of Humans: Fat-Soluble Vitamins No need to memorize all of the vitamins and minerals, but do understand the general role that vitamins play in the body.
  6. 6. Suspension-feeding: a baleen whale
  7. 7. Substrate-feeding: a leaf miner
  8. 8. Fluid-feeding: a mosquito
  9. 9. Bulk-feeding: a python
  10. 10. Intracellular digestion in Paramecium
  11. 11. Extracellular digestion in a gastrovascular cavity
  12. 12. Alimentary canals
  13. 13. The human digestive system
  14. 14. From mouth to stomach: the swallowing reflex and esophageal peristalsis
  15. 15. Secretion of gastric juice
  16. 16. The duodenum
  17. 17. Enzymatic digestion in the human digestive system
  18. 18. Activation of protein-digesting enzymes in the small intestine
  19. 19. The structure of the small intestine
  20. 20. Large intestine
  21. 21. Dentition and diet
  22. 22. The digestive tracts of a carnivore (coyote) and a herbivore (koala) compared
  23. 23. Ruminant digestion
  24. 24. Major things to know: <ul><li>Major compartments of the alimentary canal and their contributions to animal nutrition. </li></ul><ul><li>Major digestive glands and their contributions to animal nutrition. </li></ul><ul><li>How carbohydrates, fats, proteins and nucleic acids are digested. </li></ul>

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