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Digestive System Accessory Organs

  1. 1. Review of Digestive Tract1) What is the total length of a humanintestine?2) How long does it take the averageperson to digest their food?3) What do enzymes do?4) True or False: Villi have blood vesselsinside of them so they can transportnutrients from the small intestine toother parts of the body.5) Pictured to the right is a bowl of“menudo”. Menudo is a Mexican dish.Can you guess what part of the animalthey use to make menudo?
  2. 2. Student Questions1) Why do I always have to go to the bathroom after I eat?When you start to eat food, your digestive system starts working, and formany people this results in having to go to the bathroom soon.2) Why do people throw up when they touch their uvula?This is a natural reflex in our bodies. This is to stop us from choking on foodsthat are too large.3) What does the pancreas do??Answer this question later today.
  3. 3. Lesson 2: Digestive System AccessoryOrgansFoundation ScienceSC 22101
  4. 4. What do theAccessoryOrgans do?
  5. 5. Accessory Organs HELPwith the digestion offood, but the food doesnot pass through them.What do theAccessoryOrgans do?
  6. 6. What areAccessoryOrgans?Accessory Organs HELPwith the digestion offood, but the food doesnot pass through them.What are the digestivesystem accessoryorgans?
  7. 7. What are the digestivesystem accessoryorgans?
  8. 8. 1) Salivary Glands2) Liver3) Gall Bladder4) PancreasWhat are the digestivesystem accessoryorgans?
  9. 9. 1) Salivary Glands2) Liver3) Gall Bladder4) PancreasWhat are the digestivesystem accessoryorgans?Remember, theaccessory organs help,but the food does notpass through them.
  10. 10. Salivary glands make saliva and push it into themouth.Digestive System Accessory Organs:Salivary Glands
  11. 11. Salivary glands make saliva and push it into themouth.Digestive System Accessory Organs:Salivary GlandsWhat doessaliva havein it to helpdigestion?
  12. 12. Salivary glands make saliva and push it into themouth.Digestive System Accessory Organs:Salivary GlandsWhat doessaliva havein it to helpdigestion?Enzymes
  13. 13. The liver makes bile. The liver also takes toxins out ofthe body, and stores sugar.Digestive System Accessory Organs:Liver
  14. 14. The liver makes bile. The liver also takes toxins out ofthe body, and stores sugar.Digestive System Accessory Organs:LiverWhat doesbile do?
  15. 15. The liver makes bile. The liver also takes toxins out ofthe body, and stores sugar.Digestive System Accessory Organs:LiverWhat doesbile do?It helps breakdown food inthe smallintestine.
  16. 16. Digestive System Accessory Organs:Gall BladderThe gall bladder storesbile from the liver. Thegall bladder puts bileinto the small intestineto help digest food.The gall bladder isattached to the liver!
  17. 17. The gall bladder storesbile from the liver. Thegall bladder puts bileinto the small intestineto help digest food.The gall bladder isattached to the liver!Digestive System Accessory Organs:Gall BladderGall bladder
  18. 18. Like the liver, the pancreas makes digestive juices thathelp break down food in the small intestine.Digestive System Accessory Organs:Pancreas
  19. 19. Like the liver, the pancreas makes digestive juices thathelp break down food in the small intestine.Digestive System Accessory Organs:PancreasWhat is in thedigestive juicesfrom the salivaryglands, liver andpancreas that helpspeed updigestion?Small Intestine
  20. 20. Like the liver, the pancreas makes digestive juices thathelp break down food in the small intestine.Digestive System Accessory Organs:PancreasWhat is in thedigestive juicesfrom the salivaryglands, liver andpancreas that helpspeed updigestion?ENZYMES!Small Intestine
  21. 21. Don’t forget, BOTH the gall bladder and pancreas putdigestive enzymes into the small intestine.Teamwork: Gall Bladder and PancreasWhat are thethings thattransport thedigestive juicescalled?
  22. 22. Don’t forget, BOTH the gall bladder and pancreas putdigestive enzymes into the small intestine.Teamwork: Liver and PancreasWhat are thethings thattransport thedigestive juicescalled?Ducts
  23. 23. Don’t forget, BOTH the gall bladder and pancreas putdigestive enzymes into the small intestine.Teamwork: Liver and PancreasWhat are the thingsthat transport thedigestive juicescalled?DuctsWhat makes thebile that is in thegall bladder?
  24. 24. Don’t forget, BOTH the gall bladder and pancreas putdigestive enzymes into the small intestine.Teamwork: Liver and PancreasWhat are the thingsthat transport thedigestive juicescalled?DuctsWhat makes thebile that is in thegall bladder?The liver
  25. 25. Teamwork: Liver and PancreasSmall IntestineGallBladder
  26. 26. Teamwork: Liver and PancreasBoth pancreas and gall bladderput digestive enzymes into thesmall intestine HEREGallBladderSmall Intestine
  27. 27. Teamwork: Liver and PancreasBoth pancreas and gall bladderput digestive enzymes into thesmall intestine HEREDuctsGallBladderSmall Intestine
  28. 28. Teamwork: Liver and PancreasBoth pancreas and gall bladderput digestive enzymes into thesmall intestine HEREDuctsDRAW in notebooks!!!Make sure you draw theducts from both the gallbladder and pancreasentering the smallintestineGallBladderSmall Intestine
  29. 29. AGEFDCBQuestion 1:Draw andlabel these 7parts of thedigestivesystem inyournotebook.The drawingshould belarge!(7 points)View fromBEHIND ahuman body!
  30. 30. AGEFDCB Question 2:Write thefunction ofthese 7partsin yournotebooks.(7 points)View fromBEHIND ahuman body
  31. 31. 3) When do you think your salivary glands start to work? (1 point)4) What is a duct? (1 point)5) What do you think #7 is, attached to the liver in the picture below? (1 point)6) Watch the Fritz Kahn animation again.a) What do you think pepsin & rennet are (they are both sprayed in the stomach)? (1 Point)b) What are the 2 places that digestive juices come from in the small intestine? (1 points)c) In the video, the nutrients are absorbed at the END of the intestine. Is this wherenutrients is really absorbed? (1 Point)d) What would you call the blue and green pipes that lead away from the intestine in a realhuman body? (1 Point)Questions (21 points total)

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