Digestive System Alimentary Canal

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Human Anatomy
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Digestive System Alimentary Canal

Digestive System Alimentary Canal (gut!)

LiverProduces bile

Small Intestine (Duodenum)Where food is mixed with digestive enzymes and bile

Salivary GlandsProduce saliva containing amylase

Gall Bladder Stores bile before releasing it into the duodenum

Large Intestine (Rectum)Where faeces are stored

Large Intestine (Colon)Where water is reabsorbed

PancreasProduces digestive enzymes

Large Intestine (Anus)Where faeces leave the alimentary canal

Small Intestine (Ileum)Where digested food is absorbed into the blood and lymph

StomachMuscular organ where digestion continues

OesophagusMuscular tube which moves ingested food to the stomach

MouthWhere food enters the alimentary canal and digestion begins


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