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  • Digestive System

    The digestive system functions to break down food and absorb nutrients.   Food travels from the mouth, to the esophagus, then the stomach, and then through the small and large intestine and finally, waste is eliminated from the anus.   Several accessory organs, such as the gall bladder and pancreas function to digest food and maintain the body’s homeostasis.

    Digestive System Labeling

    1.  Entire System
    2.  Liver and Stomach
    3.  Sections of the Large Intestine
    4.  Parts of the Stomach

     

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