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BISC 101 Study Guide - Final Guide: Gallbladder, Renal Vein, Renal Artery


Department
Biological Sciences
Course Code
BISC 101
Professor
Tony Williams
Study Guide
Final

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BISC 101 Lab - Animal Biology: Digestive & Excretory Systems
1. Describe the organs that food passes through
- Mouth
- Breakdown of food by mechanical & chemical mechanisms
- Esophagus
- Transport food from mouth stomach
- Stomach
- Breakdown of food by mechanical & chemical processing
- Food storage
- Small intestine
- Chemical processing of food & absorption
- Digests proteins, fats, carbs & absorbs nutrients/H2O
- Large intestine
- Reabsorption of H2O
- Forms feces
- Rectum
- Holds feces
- Anus
- Elimination of feces
2. Describe accessory organs, what they secrete
- Salivary glands
- Secrete enzymes that breakdown carbs
- Supply lubricating mucus
- Liver
- Secretes molecules required to digest fats
- Gall bladder
- Stores secretions from liver
- Empties sm intestine
- Pancreas
- Secretes enzymes/ other materials sm intestine
- Cecum
- Absorbs fluid/salts remaining after digestion/absorption
3. Name the 3 main tubes connected to the kidney
- Renal artery
- Comes from heart to kidney carrying oxygenated blood
- Renal vein
- Comes from kidney to heart carrying deoxygenated blood
- Urter
- Comes from kidney to bladder carrying urine
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