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Slide                            Content  No.1        Lesson title2        Author - Address3-5      Content6        Organs...
Slide                          CONTENT  No.18       Small intestine19       Liver & Gallbladder20       Emulsification21  ...
Slide No.                    CONTENT30          Recapitulation Match the following31          Evaluation32          Choose...
MOUTH                                      OESOPHAGUS                         STOMACH       SMALL                         ...
Digestive                    Functions of system of                       small  human      Stomach           intestine   ...
Process of Digestion   The process in which the complex and insolublecontents of food are converted into simpler andsolubl...
Mouth                     Salivary glands                                          Oesophagus                             ...
•The mouth is the entrance for the digestive system.     • Here the food is chewed to break it up into small pieces.     •...
The tongue has several papillae or sensorybuds. It is the organ for the sense of taste.                            Large t...
There are three pairs of salivary glands . They are,     1. PAROTID: It is found at the back of the throat.     2. SUBMAXI...
Parotid        sublingual       Parotid                                                  Submaxillary      Submaxillary   ...
• Pharynx is a common passage for food and air.  • It opens into the Oesophagus.  • It extends up to stomach.Click here to...
• Stomach is an extremely elastic bag .  • It can store very large quantities of food .  • Oesophagus communicate with the...
• When the food is partly digested, the pyloric sphinctermuscle relaxes periodically, releasing small quantities ofpartial...
Gastric                                     pepsin                                     Renin                              ...
Liver                                        a       Gall bladder                                 Bile salts              ...
pancreatic duct.
Enzyme                             Conversion                  Trypsin                    Converts protein and            ...
Protein,                                                              Milk                                                ...
Name                            Conversion                 Erypsin                     Converts peptones and              ...
Polype                                                     Pept                                                      Fat  ...
ArteryVein
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colon                                     Rectum                                         AnusClick here to go to Animation...
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Process of digestion
Process of digestion
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  3. 3. Slide Content No.1 Lesson title2 Author - Address3-5 Content6 Organs of digestive system7 Animations - links8 Digestive system of HUMAN BEING9 Digestive system of HUMAN BEING – Animation10 Mouth11 Tongue12 Salivary glands13 Salivary glands - Animation14 Pharynx and Oesophagus15,16 Stomach17 Stomach - Animation
  4. 4. Slide CONTENT No.18 Small intestine19 Liver & Gallbladder20 Emulsification21 Pancreas22 Enzymes secretes in pancreas and their functions23 Animation of food conversion in Duodenum24 Enzymes secretes in small intestine and their functions25 Functions of small intestine -Animation26 Absorption of food27 Absorption of food-Animation28 Large Intestine29 Large Intestine – Animation of egestion
  5. 5. Slide No. CONTENT30 Recapitulation Match the following31 Evaluation32 Choose the correct answer33 Acknowledgement
  6. 6. MOUTH OESOPHAGUS STOMACH SMALL LARGE INTESTINE INTESTINEClick on the headings to go the relevant pages
  7. 7. Digestive Functions of system of small human Stomach intestine being Emulsifica AbsorptionMouth tion of food Food EgestionSalivary in Large conversion in glands Duodenum intestine
  8. 8. Process of Digestion The process in which the complex and insolublecontents of food are converted into simpler andsoluble substances, suitable for absorption andassimilation is called Digestion . Food is digested bythe enzymes. To view the animation please go to the next slide
  9. 9. Mouth Salivary glands Oesophagus Liver Gall bladder stomach Duodenum Pancreas Large intestine Small intestine AnusClick here to go to Animation list
  10. 10. •The mouth is the entrance for the digestive system. • Here the food is chewed to break it up into small pieces. •The floor of the mouth contains a tongue. •The jaws are lined by teeth in our mouth. • These are called incisors, canines, premolars and molars. •The teeth chew the food well. Pharynx Tongue TeethClick here to go to evaluation Click here to go to Animation list
  11. 11. The tongue has several papillae or sensorybuds. It is the organ for the sense of taste. Large taste buds Small taste buds
  12. 12. There are three pairs of salivary glands . They are, 1. PAROTID: It is found at the back of the throat. 2. SUBMAXILLARY: It is found below the lower jaw bone. 3. SUBLINGUAL: It is found at the base of the tongue. • Salivary glands secrete saliva. • It contains an enzyme called ptyalin. • This converts Starch into maltose. • Lysozyme present in saliva acts as an antibacterial agent.Click here to go to evaluation
  13. 13. Parotid sublingual Parotid Submaxillary Submaxillary sublingualClick here to go to Animation list
  14. 14. • Pharynx is a common passage for food and air. • It opens into the Oesophagus. • It extends up to stomach.Click here to go to evaluation
  15. 15. • Stomach is an extremely elastic bag . • It can store very large quantities of food . • Oesophagus communicate with the anterior portion of the stomach through cardiac opening which is guarded by cardiac sphincter muscles . • The opening from the stomach into the deodenum is known as pylorus. It is guarded by pyloric sphincter muscles . It prevents the passage of food into the duodenum . • The food stays in the stomach for some times for the action of the enzymes . Continued….Click here to go to evaluation
  16. 16. • When the food is partly digested, the pyloric sphinctermuscle relaxes periodically, releasing small quantities ofpartially digested food into the duodenum.• Gastric glands are found on the wall of the stomach.• They secrete gastric juice. This juice consists of enzymes ,pepsin, renin and gastric lipase.• Pepsin converts protein into peptones.• Renin converts milk protein caseinogens into casein.• Gastric lipase begins the digestion of fat.To view the animation of the functions please go to the next side.
  17. 17. Gastric pepsin Renin Casein lipaseClick here to go to Animation list
  18. 18. Liver a Gall bladder Bile salts Pancreatic lipase Pancreas Duodenum • Pancreatic lipase can not react directly on fat. • The bile salts reduce the surface tension of water and can change the fat into creamy liquid with tiny particles. • The pancreas lipase reacts with tiny lipid particlesClick here to go to Animation list
  19. 19. pancreatic duct.
  20. 20. Enzyme Conversion Trypsin Converts protein and peptons into polypeptides. Corboxy peptidase Converts polypeptides into amino acids . Chymotrypsin Digests milk protein. Pancreatic amylase Converts starch into maltose Pancreatic lipase Converts emulsifide fat into fatty acids and glyserolTo view the animation of the functions please go to the next slide
  21. 21. Protein, Milk Emulsified Polypeptides Starch Peptones Protein fat Duodenum Tripsin Corboxy peptidase Chymotrypsin Pancreatic amylase Pancreati Fatty Chymotr Corboxyp Pancretic Pancreatic lipase Pancreas Tripsin Digested c lipase Acids, eptidase ypsin amylase Amino Polypeptides Maltose milk Glycerol acids proteinClick here to go to Animation list
  22. 22. Name Conversion Erypsin Converts peptones and polypeptides molecules into amino acids. Maltase Converts maltose into glucose. Lactase Converts lactose into glucose. Sucrase Converts sucrose into glucose. lipase Converts emulsified fat into fatty acids and glycerol. Fructase Converts fructose into glucoseTo view the animation of the Conversion please go to the next slide
  23. 23. Polype Pept Fat Sucrose Maltose Lactose Fructose ptides ones Maltase Sucrase Amino Ami Erypsin Lactase Fructase Erypsin Lipase Fatty Glucose Glucose Glycerol no Acids acids acidsClick here to go to Animation list
  24. 24. ArteryVein
  25. 25. ABSORPTION OF FOOD - AnimationClick here to go to Animation list
  26. 26. colon Rectum AnusClick here to go to Animation list
  27. 27. Click on the names to match it with the correct organs
  28. 28. 1. ________________ is the entrance for the digestive system. (a) Liver (b) Stomach (c ) Mouth2. There are ______________ pairs of salivary glands. (a) Four (b) three (c) Five3. _______________ is found at the back of the throat. (a) Parotid (b) Submaxillary (c) Sublingual gland gland gland4. _______________ is the common passage for food and air. (a) Duodenum (b) Oesophagus (c) Pharynx5. _______________ is an extremely elastic bag. (b) Stomach (c) Liver (a) Oesophagus
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