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THE MOUTH
where salivary glands in the mouth produce amylase in the saliva and teeth break food down mechanically
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THE OESOPHAGUS
the muscular tube that connects the mouth and the stomach
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THE STOMACH
pummels the food with muscular walls. Produces PEPSIN (enzyme). Produces hydrochloric acid to 1) kill bacteria and 2) obtain the correct pH
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THE LIVER
where bile is produced
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THE GALL BLADDER
where bile is stored
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THE SMALL INTESTINE
PROTEASE, AMYLASE, LIPASE are produced and nutrients are absorbed
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THE LARGE INTESTINE
excess water is absorbed from food here
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THE ANUS
where faces is egested
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the muscular tube that connects the mouth and the stomach

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THE OESOPHAGUS

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pummels the food with muscular walls. Produces PEPSIN (enzyme). Produces hydrochloric acid to 1) kill bacteria and 2) obtain the correct pH

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where bile is produced

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where bile is stored

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