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  • THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM
    By
    Robin Apuya
  • Why Is It Important?
    Make raw food into nutrients.
    Help Keep bad substances away from your body.
    Help you take away the wastes that you eat.
    Give you energy to do things.
  • Mouth
    It chew your food.
    Break the good into smaller pieces.
    Then go into the esophagus.
    Saliva help break down the food to the esophagus.
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  • Esophagus
    Help get the food to the stomach.
    A long tube that connect with the mouth and stomach.
    It use rhythmic muscle movements to push the food down.
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  • Stomach
    A sack-like organ that connect to the esophagus.
    Where the food digest
    Where chemical and mechanical are .
    When food enters it put into a bath of acid enzymes.
  • Liver
    The liver produce sugar and fatty substances.
    The secretes albumin that keep fluid in the blood vessels.
    It located above the stomach.
  • Large intestine
    Big long tube that connect to the stomach and anus.
    Where food is collected
    Make the food go down into the anus.
  • Rectum
    Lower part of the large intestine
    Where the feces are stored
    Then exit to the anus where it come out.
  • Anus
    The part that exit the fluids.
    Help you that out bad fluids
    The parts Digestive system where it ends.
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