Flach Cards Collections

Anatomy Quiz

the medical field focused on the structures, physicians specializing the medical field in focused on the structures, if surgery is warranted focused on the structures, a general surgeon who has gained further training of the lower GI tract-colon rectum anus is called _____ surgeon or ____, the GI tract is __ ft in length, in the GI tract what are the accessory structures that contribute to the food processing (4), what are the 3 things with the digestive glands, beginning with the inner layer that surrounds that lumen and moving outward what are the 4 layer of the GT tract, the mucosa layer of the GT tract consists of (3), what part of the mucosa of the GT tract is in direct contact with the contents of the GI tract, in the mouth, in the stomach and intestines where the mucosa is needed for secretion and absorption it is ___ cells, what part of the mucosa in the GT tract can be found blood and lymph vessels, what is the part of the lymph system that monitors and produces an immune response to pathogens passing with food through the GI tract, what part of the mucosa in the GT tract allows for local movement of the mucosal layer that is independent of the other layers of the GT tract wall

2014-10-12 • 57 Cards

Chapter 21

Bone covered by epithelium

2014-04-27 • 1 Cards

Digestive System Structure and Function

2014-03-21 • 0 Cards

Digestive Enzymes

2014-01-24 • 0 Cards


2013-06-17 • 0 Cards

Bio 202 Final Exam- Digestive and Reproductive

What is caused by Helicobactor pylori?, What do parietal cells secrete?, What do chief cells secrete/function?, What do enteroendocrine cells secrete? (G cells), If a person were unable to produce much of this substance, the gastric juices might destroy the stomach lining?, If you took a knew strong antibiotic, which vitamin would you most likely need that you didn't need before?, What is the hormone secreted by the cells in the stomach lining that functions to increase gastric juice release?, Eating large amounts of acidic fruits such as limes and grapefruit may have this impact on the body?, T/F The digestive system processes food, extracts nutrients, and eliminates the residue, T/F The enteric nervous system regulates much of the digestive activity but its action depends on the central nervous system., T/F Odor, sight, and taste stimulate salivary nuclei in the cerebral cortex, T/F Enamel is found in the crown of a tooth, whereas dentin is part of both crown and root., T/F Both chemical and mechanical digestion start in the mouth and continue in the stomach., T/F Gastric juice consists entirely of water and hydrochloric acid, T/F Absorption of many nutrients starts in the stomach

2012-12-16 • 153 Cards

Histologi modul 6

Angiv hvilken type epithel tunica mucosa i munden har., Benævn den type muskulatur, der findes i læben., Angiv funktionen af tela submucosa i munden., Angiv hvilke kirtler, der findes i læbens yderside., Angiv hvilke kirtler, der findes i prolabiet., Angiv hvilke kirtler, der finde i læbens inderside., Angiv hvorfor problabiet er rødfarvet.

2012-05-28 • 7 Cards



2012-03-14 • 1 Cards

Digestive System

The combining form of the first part of the large intestine is:, Abnormal side pockets in a hollow organ, such as the intestine are known as:, Cheil/o means the same as:, ____ is an enzyme used to digest starch, _____ is a lack of appetite., White plaques on the mucosa of the mouth are:, Telescoping of the intestine is known as, A(n) ______ is a ring of muscles., _____ is a type of chronic inflammation of the intestinal tract., Anastomosis is a(n):, Pyloric stenosis is a(n):, Which suffix means suture?, Which of the following is a periodontal procedure?, Twisting of part of the intestine upon itself is known as:, Which suffix is the opposite of –ectasis?

2012-03-04 • 32 Cards

Science Flash Cards (Digestion)

bile, chemical digestion, Digestion, epiglottis, esophagus, large intestine, liver, mechanical digestion, mucus, pancreas, peristalsis, rectum, small intestine, villi

2011-04-28 • 14 Cards

Biology Circulatory & Digestion System Test

Alveoli, Anus, Appendix, Bile, Bowman 's capsule, Circulatory System, Colon, Constipation, Counter-Current Circulation, Deoxygenated blood, Diaphragm, Diarrhea, Duodenum, Enzyme, Epiglottis

2011-04-28 • 61 Cards

Digestion Test

a blind- ended lymphatic vessel that absorbs fat, A large double serous membrane that contains fat and hangs over the front of the intestine, a substance that digests DNA, a waste product synthesized by the liver as a result of protein metbolism, active ingredients in gastric juice is, an organ that stores nutrients and releases them as needed into the bloodstream, Calcified substance making up most of the tooth structure, gastric inhibitory peptide stimulates the release of, Medical name for the gum?, the accessory organ that stores bile, the breakdown of food into small particles that can pass through iintestinal cells?, the eight cutting teeth located in the anterior of the oral cavity, the enzyme that acts on a particular type of disaccharide, the innermost layer of the serous membrane lining the abdominopelvic cavity?, the mixture of gastric juices and food that enters the small intestine

2011-04-28 • 43 Cards


bile, chemical digestion, chyme, digestive system, esophagus, gallbladder, liver, mechanical digestion, pancreas, small intestine, stomach

2011-04-28 • 11 Cards

digestion, absorption and CP450

12, amylase and lipase, bile salts, cholecystokinin, chymotrypsin, proelastase, procarboxypeptidase, CYP1, CYP2, CYP3, disaccharide, disaccharide, duodenum, endoplasmic reticulum, exocrine, gut lumen, liver, lumen to mucosal surface to mucosa to enterocyte, maltotriose, alpha-limit dextrin, maltose and glucose

2011-04-28 • 28 Cards

digestion system

10 feet, 5 feet, acrosomes, adipose tissue, adrenal gland, Adrenal medulla, Adrenocorticotrophic, adrenocorticotrophic hormone(ACTH), alveoli and connective tissue, Amino-acid based molecules, Anal Canal, Antidiuretic Hormone, Antidiuretic Hormone ADH, Bile, Calcitonin

2011-04-28 • 139 Cards