It Breaks Down Food
Levels of Organization in the Stomach
They help make up the tissue are also known as Parietal cells.
Stomach tissue also called gastric tissue, forms the stomach organ.
The stomach is a muscular organ located on the left side of the upper abdomen.
Made up of the mouth, throat, esophagus, stomach, small intestine, colon, rectum, and the anus. All of these organs help to break down the food, putting nutrients from food into the body, and disposing of the waste.
The Digestive system helps the organism get the nutrients it needs and disposing the waste.
Working with the Circulatory system
The Digestive system works with the Circulatory system. The Digestive system and Circulatory system work together because the Circulatory system provided the blood needed to run the system and the Digestive system provides the Circulatory system with nutrients needed in the blood.
Working with the Excretory System
The Digestive system also works with the Excretory system. The Digestive system digest the food and the Excretory system disposes of the waste.
The Large Intestine
The digestive system and the Excretory system shares the large intestine, it is a long tube that helps depose of waste. On most adult humans the large intestine is about 10 feet when stretched out.
Large intestine picture: https://sp.yimg.com/xj/th?id=OIP.M01813d0a280b1bcc340cddfb73a7edd4H0&pid=15.1&P=0&w=300&h=300
The Endocrine System