Digestive System

Aidan Sears

main function for each organ in digestive system

Mouth-Digestive begins in the mouth when you chew your food.
Esophagus- The food passes through the esophagus on the way to the stomach.
Liver-Produces bile.
Gall Bladder-Stores bile.
Stomach-The food is mixed with digestive juice in the stomach.
Pancreas-Produces pancreatic juice which pours into the small intestine.
Small Intestine-When the food is digested it's absorbed by blood and lymph vessels in the wall of the small intestine.
Large Intestine- Absorbs water, vitamins, and minerals also stores waste food products.
Rectum-Waste products are eliminated through the rectum.

Gall Bladder

The gall bladder stores bile. Which mostly dissolves fat stuff in the food. You also sometimes taste bile when you vomit. Bile is green gooey liquid
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Digestive system

The digestive system reduces food to a form that can be absorbed into the body. It also removes nutrients, and excrete. It expands from the mouth to the anus. Also every part of the digestive system has a job part to do.

Diseases associated with the digestive system

Some of the diseases you can get associating with the digestive system are constipation, diverticulosis, crohn's disease, colitis disease. Constipation is treated by drinking water or fruit juice. It's caused because the poop is hard and dry. When you have it you can't poop and your stomach hurts.

How does the digestive system interact with another organ system

The digestive system reacts with the nervous system by the nervous system influencing activity to the digestive system.