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Digestive System _____ This activity is adapted for the Georgia science curriculum from the University of Delaware Biology
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1 THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM from The Human Body Systems Series Teacher's Guide
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1 26-1 Human Anatomy, First Edition McKinley & O'Loughlin Chapter 26 Lecture Outline: Digestive System 26-2 General Structure and Functions of the Digestive System
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Your Digestive System and How It Works National Digestive Diseases Information Clearinghouse U.S. Department of Health and Human Services . NATIONAL
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© 2006 The Nemours Foundation/KidsHealth. Reproduction permitted for individual classroom use. KidsHealth.org/classroom Grades 3 to 5 • Human Body Series
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Grade 2: Digestion – Revised 2008 Page 1 Grade 2: The Digestive System Lesson 1: What Major Organs are Part of the Digestive System?
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www.ext.vt.edu Produced by Communications and Marketing, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, VirGinia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 2009
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What is the digestive system? The digestive system is a series of hollow organs joined in a long– looping tube. It includes the mouth, esophagus, stomach, intestines
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Page 1 014 Chapter 14 - The Digestive System Student: _____ 1. The mouth is part of the digestive system.
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Kevin Kelleher, MTC Biology 211 Study Notes Exam 3 1 Biology 211 Study Notes Exam 3 Chapter 23: The Digestive System Overview of Digestive System
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© 2006 The Nemours Foundation/KidsHealth. Reproduction permitted for individual classroom use. KidsHealth.org/classroom Grades 6 to 8 • Human Body Series
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5 PANCREAS: EXOCRINE FUNCTIONS 71 Introduction 7 2 Anatomy and morphology 7 2 Pancreatic juice 75
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Dr. r obin Peterson i llustrations This is the tenth article in a 12-part series on equine anat-omy and physiology. Future topics include the circulatory
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© 2006 The Nemours Foundation/KidsHealth. Reproduction permitted for individual classroom use. KidsHealth.org/classroom PreK to Grade 2 • Human Body Series
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Summer 2005 M.1 Unit M: Digestive System Program Area: Health Occupations Education Course Title: MedIcal Sciences I Number: 7221 Unit Title: Digestive System
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Name: _____ Your Digestive System by Cynthia Sherwood This may seem like a trick question, but are you bigger than a tennis court?
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Because of their high metabolic rates, birds must consume more food in proportion to their size than most animals. For exAMPLe, a warbler might eat 80 percent of its
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Digestive System • The digestive system allows your body to obtain substances required to sustain life that your body cannot make on its own including
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Biology 104 The Digestive System Objectives: 1. Learn external anatomy of the pig. 2. Learn the anatomy of the digestive system. I. Introduction: Humans (Homo
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CORE KNOWLEDGE NATIONAL CONFERENCE · ORLANDO, FLORIDA · APRIL 29 - MAY 1, 1999 1 Tour the Digestive System Grade Level: 2 Presented by: Marsha Taliaferro-Collins
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DIGESTIVE SYSTEM Five Basic Processes 1. Ingestion - eating 2. Movement of the food along the G.I. tract. 3. Digestion- chemIcal and mechanical breakdown of food.
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1 Ch. 24 – Digestive System *digestive system consists of muscular tube, digestive tract (oral cavity, pharynx, esophagus, stomach, small & large intestine
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345 CHAPTER 17: DIGESTIVE SYSTEM OBJECTIVES 1. Define the term digestion and explain its significance. 2. Distinguish between mechanIcal digestion and chemical digestion.
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Chapter 16: The Digestive System . Chapter Objectives . 1. List and describe the 5 basic activities of the digestive process . 2. List the 4 layers or tunics of the
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A Trip Through the Digestive System Grade Level or Special Area: Second Grade, Science Written by: Janette Read, Normandy Elementary, Littleton, CO
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1 The Digestive System © Jim Swan These slides are from class presentations, reformatted for static viewing. The content contained in these pages is also
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draft draft draft opportunities and challenges in digestive diseases research: recommendations of the national commission on digestive diseases
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1 Digestive System: Chapter 24 All living organisms need nutrients for anabolic and catabolic processes Anabolic Catabolic 2 Types of Organs: 1.
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1 HUMAN DIGESTIVE SYSTEM • Oral cavity • Pharynx • Esophagus • Stomach • Small intestine (duodenum, jejunum, ileum) • Large intestine • Rectum Figure 41
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By comparing the digestive system of two African herbivores, the buffalo (ruminant) and the zebra (non-ruminant), students will: 1.
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29 DIGESTIVE AND RESPIRATORY SYSTEMS The digestive system is responsible for obtaining and Processing food for the all of the cells in an organism.