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  1. A broth-like substance released from the stomach into the small intestine.
    Chyme
  2. Finger-like proections that the increase the surface area of the small intestine.
    Villi
  3. Lymphatic tissue at the end of the cecum.
    Appendix
  4. Organ that secretes digestive enzymes such as proteases and lipases.
    Pancreas
  5. (2 words) Portion of the alimentary canal where most digestion and absorption of nutrients occurs.
    Small Intestine
  6. Part of the alimentary canal between the mouth and stomach.
    Esophagus
  7. First part of the small intestine.
    Duodenum
  8. Inorganic micronutrient.
    Mineral
  9. Part of small intestine that connects with the colon.
    Ileum
  10. Organ that makes bile and stores carbohydrates.
    Liver
  11. Middle section of the small intestine.
    Jejunum
  12. Proteases that activates other proteases.
    Trypsin
  13. Stores bile.
    Gall Bladder
  14. Chemicals secreted into the are called _____ juices

    Hormone that stimulates the secretion of digestive chemicals in the stomach.
    Gastric

    Gastrin
  15. Hormone that signals the pancreas to release bicarbonate buffer into the small intestine.
    Secretin
  16. Water is absorbed and feces formed.
    Colon (Large Intestine)
  17. An organic micronutients.
    Vitaimin
  18. Carbohydrate digestion begins in the mouth with salivary _____.
    Amylase
  19. Ring of muscles that regulates passage of materials between parts of the alimentary canal.
    Sphincter
  20. Pancreatic enzymes that break peptide bonds.
    Proteases
  21. Peristalsis in the intestine is caused by _____ muscle contraction.
    Smooth
  22. Very tiny projections that form the brush border of the small intestine.
    Microvilli
  23. Blind pouch formed by the colon where the small intestine attaches.
    Cecum
  24. Enzymes that act on lipids.
    Lipases
  25. Hormone that activates trypsin.

    Bile salts _____ lipids so they can be digested.
    Enteropeptidase

    Emulsify
  26. Enzymes that starts protein digestion in the stomach.
    Pepsin
  27. Hormone released by the duodenum that signals the release of bile and pancreatic enzymes.
    Cholecystokinin.

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