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Digestive System - Human Anatomy and Physiology - Lecture Notes

Lecture Notes, Human Physiology

Post: December 24th, 2012
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Its lecture notes for Human Anatomy and Physiology. Key points of the lecture are: Digestive System, Accessory Structures, Chemical Digestion, Peritoneum, Peritoneal Cavity, Cardiovascular System, Retroperitoneal, Alimentary Canal, Metabolic Activities
Its lecture notes for Human Anatomy and Physiology. Key points of the lecture are: Digestive System, Accessory Structures, Chemical Digestion, Peritoneum, Peritoneal Cavity, Cardiovascular System, Retroperitoneal, Alimentary Canal, Metabolic Activities
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The Digestive System You are responsible for knowing the anatomy and histology of the system (covered in lab) and for applying the mechanical and chemical digestive processes to each of these structures at the cellular to gross anatomical levels. In other words, you must mentally be able to put any food product in your mouth and digest it from start to finish. This includes enzymatic digestion, absorption of the digested food products and metabolism of these molecules as well as elimination of non-digested waste products. Knowing this from the microscopic to the macroscopic level is essential. You have had a good introduction to the digestive system in lab through your study of histology and also through your study of the gross anatomy of models and your cat dissections. This involves a large amount of memorization—learning structures (microscopic and gross anatomy) and their functions. You will be studying some chemical aspects of digestion in lab as well. Learning the chemical aspe..

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