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Awolflover1
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\(\color{blue}{\text{Originally Posted by}}\) @kkfaria @Awolflover1 will you help me? \(\color{blue}{\text{End of Quote}}\) sorry i don't know this :/
anonymous
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@kkfaria Hai, for which question do you need help with ?
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anonymous
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So sorry for delay.... Well, The mixture of mucus, hydrochloric acid, and pepsin is known as gastric juice . Which organ deals with this juice ?
anonymous
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@kkfaria Try,...... you guess right or wrong , no matter, Post it !!
anonymous
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hey, you there?
anonymous
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its not lungs/kidney, but it is... an organ, which help you to digest food !!
anonymous
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Excellent !!
anonymous
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>> the stomach releases juice into the duodenum for further digestion. The gallbladder stores and secretes bile into the duodenum to aid in the digestion of chyme.
anonymous
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Shall we go for next ?
anonymous
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Gastrin is a hormone that is produced by 'G' cells in the lining of the stomach and upper small intestine. During a meal, gastrin stimulates the stomach to release gastric acid. This allows the stomach to break down proteins swallowed as food and absorb certain vitamins. So, Which hormone promotes acid production in the stomach, as well as growth of stomach living?
anonymous
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@kkfaria which is the hormone ?
anonymous
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You just need to read the hind provided just above your opinions.. and answer it correctly.. which hormone have i mentioned?
anonymous
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Excellent, what does it do...?
anonymous
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and..?
anonymous
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no hurries...learn and help your friends... is the thought brave men appreciate.
anonymous
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Good.. Now, Lets go for next.. . In the small intestine, food mixes with bile juice, pancreatic juice and intestinial juice ... It contains sodium bicarbonates, which neutralizes the acid content of the food recieved from the stomach ... The bile salts help in breaking down oil droplets into small globules causing emulsification. Then, Bile, pancreatic, and intestinal juices all contain __ which aid in digestion. ?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Exactly, what kind of Bicarbonates.?
anonymous
  • anonymous
you mean sodium chloride?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Exactly... You do wonderful... Looking to next, An excess of cholesterol, bilirubin, or bile salts can cause gallstones to form. Gallstones are generally small, hard deposits inside the gallbladder that are formed when stored bile crystallizes. Excess bile produced is stored in the __ until it is signaled for release into the small intestine by the hormone __. ?
anonymous
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Answer lies in here... The gallbladder serves as a reservoir for bile while it’s not being used for digestion. The gallbladder's absorbent lining concentrates the stored bile. When food enters the small intestine, a hormone called cholecystokinin is released, signaling the gallbladder to contract and secrete bile into the small intestine through the common bile duct.
anonymous
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Gallbladder- Correct but, hormone - ??
anonymous
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right, but hormone is the gastrin hormone. Shall we go for next ?
anonymous
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Can you say what are capillaries ?
anonymous
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Wow, Excellent.. You are right..
anonymous
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Capillaries are responsible for the essential task of bringing blood to your body's tissues. Vital nutrients, oxygen and water are carried in these tiny tubes. Carbon dioxide, waste chemicals and cellular metabolites travel away from your organs and tissues through capillaries on their way to your body's waste disposal systems.
anonymous
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In short.. It is the smallest blood vessels in the body that carries blood cells ,salts & nutrients to be supplied to tissues & organs.
anonymous
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well, moving on to next ... The large intestine's major jobs are to absorb excess water and to prepare feces -- or undigested waste material -- for removal via the rectum and anus. Undigested __ moves into large intestine. ?
anonymous
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well, so what moves to large intestine ?
anonymous
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waste materials ....yes u are rite.. Hope it's done !!
anonymous
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well, sorry, i didn't see that.. The _____ remove excess water-soluble vitamins from the bloodstream and excrete them. A: kidneys B: lungs C: adrenal glands D: large and small intestines Removes __ and absorbs water-soluble vitamins ? Hint: we were dealing with stomach, intestines and its function. So which is it ?
anonymous
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nah, which organ purifies them, .....its the KIDNEy...!! Nice To Meet You !! Cheers !
anonymous
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Well, close your question and start new session if you got more doubts !!
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@kkfaria Have A Nice Day !!
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