anonymous
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1. Describe the common tissues found in the organs of the intestinal tract. 2. Describe the common tissues and structures found in accessory organs.
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chestercat
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anonymous
  • anonymous
@helpmehelpme Hey, Nice to Be with You !! Can You say few words what you know about the common tissues ?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Connective, Epithelial, muscle, nervous. There are layers of smooth muscle that line the walls of the tract, and contract to move food through. Nervous tissue is located in the tract, and transports electrical stimulus to the brain. Connective tissue is found between and around the muscles along the digestive tract, and blood transports nutrients throughout the body. I need more details tho

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anonymous
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well... http://www.openstudy.com/study#/updates/53d27f8fe4b0f2f7e5e8d0ff
anonymous
  • anonymous
what?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Well... The common organs in the digestive system, the mouth, the pharynx, and the portion of the esophagus that is above the diaphragm are not lined with serosa. Rather, they are lined with a different layer of fibrous tissue called the adventitia.
anonymous
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for ref http://www.aboutgastro.com/digestive-system/tissue-layers-of-digestive-tract http://www.enotes.com/homework-help/what-structure-skin-its-accessory-organs-what-458239
anonymous
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ok and for question 2?
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