ANAT 261 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Lysozyme, Immunoglobulin G, Microvillus

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The next component of the digestive system is the small and large intestines, The resulting amino acids, monosaccharides, fatty acids and monoglycerides are absorbed by the wall of the intestines: the duodenum is the first component of the si, which connects with the pyloric region of the stomach. The pancreas and liver secrete enzymes into the duodenum: the jejunum is around 8 feet long, the ileum is around 12 feet long and is continuous with the colon. The colon is the large intestines which is attached to the appendix: there are 4 parts to the colon: The last component is the rectum, which we will not look at. This system is a continuation of the digestive tract, so we can use the same general plan we used for the esophagus: Mucosa: epithelium, lamina propria, loose irreg. Muscularis: two layers of smcs (three in stomach)

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