Posts in Category: digestive system

Disorders of Digestive System

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  • Inflammation of Intestinal Tract: Most common ailment caused by bacterial or viral infections. Parasites of the intestine like tape worm, round worm, thread worm, hook worm, pin worm, etc.are

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Ruminant Stomach

AIPMT Biology - Ruminant Stomach showing Four Chambers

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Species like cow, buffalo, sheep, goat, deer, giraffe etc. are called as Ruminants. Ruminants are “Cud-chewing ” animals. Ruminants have four chambered stomach namely- Rumen, Reticulum, Omasum, Read More

Absorption of Digested Food

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Absorption of Digested Food

  • Breakdown of bio-macromolecules during digestion basically occurs in duodenum region of the small intestine.
  • Simple substances formed are absorbed in the jejunum and ileum regions

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Mechanism of digestion in Small Intestine

Chyme entering the small intestine contains partially digested carbohydrates (maltose), proteins (proteoses and peptides), and lipids (monoglycerides).

  • Completion of the digestion of carbohydrates, proteins, and lipids is a collective effort of pancreatic juice, bile juice, and intestinal juice in the small intestine.
  • Movements of muscularis layer of the small intestine help in

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Mechanism of digestion in Stomach

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Food (Bolus) comes to stomach after travelling through esophagus. It takes about 4 to 8 seconds to travel through esophagus.

  • Stomach stores the food for 4-5 hours. So, stomach acts as a reservoir for food before release into small intestine.
  • Food mixes

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Mechanism of Digestion

Digestion is a process of breaking down larger insoluble food particles into smaller water-soluble molecules that can be easily absorbed by the body cells.

  • Alimentary canal/Digestive tract/ Gastrointestinal (GI) tract is a continuous tube from mouth to anus.
  • Six basic processes performed by digestive system are:
    1. Ingestion: Taking

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Modifications in Layers of Digestive Tract

Gastric Pit and Secretory Cells

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STOMACH: In addition to basic structure of layers of digestive tract, following modifications are present in stomach.

  • Epithelial cells of mucosa extend deep down into lamina propria of mucosa, to

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Tissues of Digestive Tract

Layers of Digestive Tract

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Mammals and other vertebrates contain four major layers from lower esophagus to anal canal. These are Mucosa, Submucosa, Muscularis, and Serosa from innermost to superficial, respectively.

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Large Intestine and Anal Canal

Structure of Large Intestine

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Large intestine

  • Large intestine is the terminal portion of the Gastro-intestinal tract.
  • It extends from Ileum to the Anus. It consists of Caecum, Colon and Rectum.
  • The opening from the ileum into the

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