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Students will describe the process of digestion as food enters the mouth and prepares to be “eliminated.”

30 Responses to “Understanding the Digestive System”

  1. Devan says:

         Her are the following steps of digestion. First, it starts by eating something. Then, your teeth grind it and form it into what’s called a bolus. A bolus is a ball of food. Next, your salivary glands moisten and soften the bolus. The bolus is now soft enough to go down your esophagus, or to be swallowed. Now, it is in your stomach. In the stomach, the acids of the gall bladder, pancreas, and liver break down food using three types of muscles. The gall bladder stores bile, the pancreas produces digestive juices, and the liver produces bile. INCOMPLETE

  2. Jesus says:

    Digestion breaks food in small pi

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  3. Eric says:

         The reason for digestion is to break down the things that you eat into smaller and simpler substances that your body can absorb. First, when you eat anything with your mouth your teeth has the job to chew on the things that you put in your mouth. Secondly, when you are done grinding your food it turns into something called Bolus but for that to happen it takes about one minute. Thirdly, once you swallow your food it goes down your Esophagus. While it is going down, your saliva moistens and softens the Bolus. Next, once it is in your stomach, your stomach has acids that break down food even further. It takes about four to six hours to squeeze and mix the food into three different layers of muscles. We have a thing called Villi inside our body and it helps us absorb nutrients. The Liver produces Bile, Bile is this yellow liquid that when you throw up it stuns your throat. The Gall Bladder can store Bile inside of it. The Pancreas also produces digestive juices, digestive juices help break down food. The food that you eat have nutrients and they are absorbed in the Small Intestine through the Villi and into the blood stream. The Large Intestine is this thick tubular organ that has the ability to remove undigested waste including water and minerals. The Rectum that you have in your body stores your waste.

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  4. Adrian says:

    The purpose of the digestive system is to break down food into smaller/simpler subtances that your body can ABSORB. The digestion system starts at your mouth. Your teeth grinds your food into a BOLUS. After that it goes down your esophagus. It moves the food (bolus) into the stomach. The salivary gland moistens and softens your bolus. It takes ten seconds for the food to get to the stomach. Then it is a stomach acid. It takes four to six hours of mixing and squeezing to break down the food. The liver produces the BILE. The gall bladder stores BILE and the pancireas also produces digestive juices. Digestive juices breaks down the food into smaller/simpler forms. NUTRIENTS are absorbed in the small intestine through the villi and to the blood stream. The large intestine is thick tubular organ and removes undigested waste some water/some minerals are absorbed. It stores the waste before the “Elimination”. That is what the digestive system does.

  5. Eric says:

    The reason for digestion is to break down the things that you eat into smaller and simpler substances that your body can absorb. First, when you eat anything with your mouth your teeth has the job to chew on the things that you put in your mouth. Secondly, when you are done grinding your food it turns into something called Bolus but for that to happen it takes about one minute. Thirdly, once you swallow your food it goes down your Esophagus. While it is going down, your saliva moistens and softens the Bolus. Next, once it is in your stomach, your stomach has acids that break down food even further. It takes about four to six hours to squeeze and mix the food into three different layers of muscles. We have a thing called Villi inside our body and it helps us absorb nutrients. The Liver produces Bile, Bile is this yellow liquid that when you throw up it stuns your throat. The Gall Bladder can store Bile inside of it. The Pancreas also produces digestive juices, digestive juices help break down food. The food that you eat have nutrients and they are absorbed in the Small Intestine through the Villi and into the blood stream. The Large Intestine is this thick tubular organ that has the ability to remove undigested waste including water and minerals. The Rectum that you have in your body stores your waste. Finally, the Anus removes the feces. In conclusion, the digestive system tears food into tinier and easier parts that your body can consume.

  6. adrian says:

    The purpose of the digestive system is to break down food into smaller/simpler subtances that your body can ABSORB. The digestion system starts at your mouth. Your teeth grinds your food into a BOLUS. After that it goes down your esophagus. It moves the food (bolus) into the stomach. The salivary gland moistens and softens your bolus. It takes ten seconds for the food to get to the stomach. Then it is a stomach acid. It takes four to six hours of mixing and squeezing to break down the food. The liver produces the BILE. The gall bladder stores BILE and the pancireas also produces digestive juices. Digestive juices breaks down the food into smaller/simpler forms. NUTRIENTS are absorbed in the small intestine through the villi and to the blood stream. The large intestine is thick tubular organ and removes undigested waste some water/some minerals are absorbed. It stores the waste before the “Elimination”. The anus stores the waste before it is “Eliminated”. That is was the digestion system does.

  7. Devan says:

    Here are the following steps of digestion. First, it starts by eating something. Then, your teeth grind it and form it into what’s called a bolus. A bolus is a ball of food. Next, your salivary glands moisten and soften the bolus. The bolus is now soft enough to go down your esophagus, or to be swallowed. Now, it is in your stomach. In the stomach, the acids of the gall bladder, pancreas, and liver break down food using three types of muscles. The gall bladder stores bile, the pancreas produces digestive juices, and the liver produces bile. After the food is broken down, it is moved to the small intestine. In the small intestine, nutrients is absorbed through the villi and into the blood stream. Finally, it goes to the large intestine. There, thick tubular organs remove undigested waste to the rectum. It stores waste to the anus to eliminate feces. These are the steps to digestion.

  8. Reeha says:

    The purpose of digestion is to break down food into smaller,simpler substances that your body can absorb .First the food incomplete

  9. Brittney says:

    Digestion is to break down food into smaller and simpler substances so your body can absorb. First, digestion starts in your mouth. Next, the salivary glands gives the food saliva so it could moisten and softens the food

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  10. adrian says:

    The purpose of the digestive system is to break down food into smaller/simpler subtances that your body can ABSORB. The digestion system starts at your mouth. Your teeth grinds your food into a BOLUS. After that it goes down your esophagus. It moves the food (bolus) into the stomach. The salivary gland moistens and softens your bolus. It takes ten seconds for the food to get to the stomach. Then it is a stomach acid. It takes four to six hours of mixing and squeezing to break down the food. The liver produces the BILE. The gall bladder stores BILE and the pancireas also produces digestive juices. Digestive juices breaks down the food into smaller/simpler forms. NUTRIENTS are absorbed in the small intestine through the villi and to the blood stream. The large intestine is thick tubular organ and removes undigested waste some water/some minerals are absorbed. The rectum stores the waste and the anus is where the waste is ”Eliminated”.

  11. Jesus says:

    Digestion breaks food in small pieces that your body can absorb. First digestion starts in the mouth while it is in the mouth the saliva turns it into bolus. Second the boulus goes down the esophages it takes around ten second, Third it goes into the stomach were it is added acids juices mixes and sqeezes. the pancreas add digestion juices. the gallbladder stores bile but the liver makes bile then it moves into the small intestine it absorbs nutri

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  12. Destiny says:

    Purpose of digestion is to break down food into smaller and simpler substances your body can absorb. First, the digestion system starts at the mouth. The mouth chews food into bolus and it goes to your a place that’s called the slavary glands where it releases saliva. The saliva helps breaks down your food. Next, the food goes down to your esophagus while it’s pushing the food by using muscels in your stomach. Then, it falls into your stomach and the stomach releases chemicals or acid to breaks down your food. While in your stomach it goes to your pancreas were it produces digestive juices. Also, it goes to your small intestines where it absorbs nutrients goes through your villi with your food into your blood stream. Another fact, is after it goes into your blood stream it goes to your gall bladder that stores bile and it goes to your liver that produces the bile too but it gets breaks down all the fat. Finally, it goes to your large intestine were it absorbs water that forms solid waste called feces. Lastly, it goes into your rectum that restores waste and it goes to your anus were the waste removes. This is how the digestion system works.

    Good work Destiny! On a Saturday?

  13. Jacob says:

    First the blood is by the veins carry with carbon dioxide.Next the blood goes through the heart floats to the right Ventricle after that flows down to the lungs.and carbon dioxide exchange with and lastly through the left Ventrine Finally it goes through the aorta and atries.

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  14. Antone says:

    Purpose of the digestion system is to break food into smaller subtances that your body can ABSORB. The digestion system starts in your mouth. Your teeth grind your food into a BOLUS. After that it goes down your esophagus. It moves the food into the stomach. The salivary gland moistens and softens your bolus. It takes ten seconds for the food to get to your stomach.Then there stomach acids. It takes four to six hours of mixing and squeezing for the food to break down. The liver produces BILE. The gall blatter stores the BILE and the pancireas also produces the bile. Digestive juices break down the ood into smaller forms. NUTRIENTS are absorbed in the small intestine through the villi and into the blood stream. The large intestine is thick tubular organ and removes the waste some are water some are minerals are absorbed. That is what the digestion system does.

    Thanks for blogging this evening Antone!

  15. Reeha says:

    The purpose of digestion is to break down food into smaller,simpler substances that your body can absorb .First the food goes into your mouth . Your teeth grinds the food into a substance called bolus . Then the bolus goes into the salivary gland . Over there the bolus gets moistened and softend by saliva . Next the bolus goes down through esophagus into the stomach . The esophagus is a muscle that moves food down into the stomach . Then the food goes into the stomach . In the stomach, acids and 3 layers of muscles break down the food . This process takes 4-6 hours . After that the food goes into the small intestine . In the small intestine nutrients are absorbed through the villi and goes into the blood stream . Then the food goes into the liver . The liver produces bile . After that the food goes into the gall bladder . The gall bladder stores bile . Next the food goes into the pancreas . The pancreas produces digestive juices .Then the food goes into the large intestine . The large intestine is a large tubular organ . The large intestine removes undigested waste and also stores some waste . Finally the food goes into the rectum and anus . The rectum stores waste and the anus removes waste . That is the process of the digestive system .

  16. Mai says:

    The purpose of digestion is to break down food into smaller and simpler subtances your body can asbord.First,the digestion start in the mouth,then the teeth ginned the food into bolus,then the salivary glands release saliva to help break down food.Second,the esophagus push the food into the stomach by using muscle.Next,the stomach release chemicals acid to break down food.The pancrease produces digestion juices,and the gall bladder which was the store bile,the liver produces bile to break down the fats.The small intestine asbord nutrients from food into bloodsteam,and the nutrient go through the villi into the bloodsteam too.Then the large intestine asbord water forms solid waste which called the feces.Finally,the rectum store the waste and the anus remove the waste,and that was the step of digestion.

  17. Maylyn says:

    In science the digestion starts in the mouth. The teeth grinds food into blous it takes one minute. The solivary gland moistens,and softens the food with salivary and turns intoblous. Next, the esophagus wich is a muscle moves food to the stomach it takes about 10 seconds to go down. Then, in the stomach acids brack dow the food into 3 layers, muscles then start squeezing the food it takes 4 to 6 hours. The liver produces bile, the gall bladder stores bile, and the pancreas produces digestive juices. More digestive juices break down food into smaller/simpler forms. Nutrients are absorbed in the Small intestine through the villi and into the blood stream. The large intestine is INCOMPLETE

  18. Jose says:

    In scince, the digestion systum starts in the mouth. In the mouth the teeth grind the food. After the teeth grind the food,the food changes into bolus. Then the salivay glands softens the bolus. Next the tounge pushes the food down the esophagus. Later on it goes to the stomach, the stomach squeezes and mixes acids. Then
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  19. Anthony says:

    In the digestive system this is what happens first when you chew it it takes about a minute. Then when your teeth grinds on the food, the food will become a ball called a bolus. After the bolus it goes to the gallbladder where it stores the the bile. Next comes the liver witch produces the bile and breaks down the fats. Then the small inthestine that absorbs nutrients from food into the blood stream. After the small intestine it goes to the large intestine. Then is the prancreas that can produce digestive juice. Finally the food goes to the rectum and anus the rectum stores your waste and the anus is a part of your body thet removes waste. And that is what happens in the digestive system.

  20. Mai says:

    The purpose of digestion is to break down food into smaller and simpler subtances your body can absord. First, the digestion start in the mouth, then the teeth ginned the food into bolus, then the salivary glands release saliva to help break down the food. Second, the esophagus push the food into the stomach by using muscle. Next, the stomach release chemicals acid to break down food. The pancrease produces digestion juices,and the gall bladder which was the store bile,and the liver produces bile to break down the fats. The small intestine asbord nutrients from food into bloodsteam, and the nutrient go through the villi into the bloodsteam too.Then the large intestine absord water forms solid waste which called the feces. Finally, the rectum store the waste and the anus remove the waste, and that was the step of digestion.

  21. Jacob says:

    First The Blood is by the Veins Carry with Carbon Dioxide. Next the Blood goes Through the Heart into Right atria then it Floats to the right Ventricle after that the Flows down to the lungs and Carbon dioxide exchange with oxygen then it goes to the left atria and Lastly Through the left Ventricle Finally it goes Through the Aorta and Atries

  22. Maylyn says:

    In science the digestion starts in the mouth. The teeth grinds food into blous it takes one minute. The solivary gland moistens,and softens the food with salivary and turns intoblous. Next, the esophagus wich is a muscle moves food to the stomach it takes about 10 seconds to go down. Then, in the stomach acids brack dow the food into 3 layers, muscles then start squeezing the food it takes 4 to 6 hours. The liver produces bile, the gall bladder stores bile, and the pancreas produces digestive juices. More digestive juices break down food into smaller/simpler forms. Nutrients are absorbed in the Small intestine through the villi and into the blood stream. The large intestine is thick, tubular organ that removes undigested waste some water/ minerals are absorbed and stores the waste before “Elimination”. The large intestine absorbs water forms solid waste. In Conclusion, in science the digestion system ends at the anus for Elimination.

  23. Anthony says:

    This is the process of digistive system and this is what happens first when you chew it it takes about a minute. Then when your teeth grinds on the food, the food will become a ball called a bolus. After the bolus it goes to the gallbladder where it stores the the bile. Next comes the liver witch produces the bile and breaks down the fats. Then the small inthestine that absorbs nutrients from food into the blood stream. After the small intestine it goes to the large intestine. Then is the prancreas that can produce digestive juice. Finally the food goes to the rectum and anus the rectum stores your waste and the anus is a part of your body thet removes waste. And that is what happens in the digestive system

  24. Brittney says:

    In science, the digestion systum starts in the mouth. In the mouth the teeth grind the food. After the teeth grind the food,the food changes into bolus. Then the salivay glands softens the bolus. Next the tounge pushes the food down the esophagus. Later on it goes to the stomach, the stomach squeezes and mixes acids. Then the liver produces bile. Then the gall bladder stores the bile. then the pancreas produces digestive juices. Next it goes to the small intestine. In the small intestine it’s like a fuzzy towel and it is called the villi. Then digestion goes to the large intestine. Then it goes to the rectum the rectum stores the waste. Finally it ends in the ancs,the ancs removes the waste.

  25. Jose says:

    In science, the digestion systum starts in the mouth. In the mouth the teeth grind the food. After the teeth grind the food,the food changes into bolus. Then the salivay glands softens the bolus. Next the tounge pushes the food down the esophagus. Later on it goes to the stomach, the stomach squeezes and mixes acids. Then the liver produces bile. Then the gall bladder stores the bile. then the pancreas produces digestive juices. Next it goes to the small intestine. In the small intestine it’s like a fuzzy towel and it is called the villi. Then digestion goes to the large intestine. Then it goes to the rectum the rectum stores the waste. Finally it ends in the ancs,the ancs removes the waste

  26. Roland says:

    The purpose of digestionis to break down food into smaller

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  27. gabe says:

    The pupuse of digestion stats with the mouth the teeth chews the food into bolus. Then the esophagus pushes the food using musles
    The stomach releases chmeacals acids to break down food.
    The liver produces bile breaks down fats.

  28. Gabe says:

    The pupuse of digestion stats with the mouth the teeth chews the food into bolus. Then the esophagus pushes the food using musles
    The stomach releases chmeacals acids to break down food.
    The liver produces bile breaks down fats. The pancreas produces
    digetive juces.

  29. Roland says:

    The purpose of digestion is to break down food into smaller substance that your body can absorb nutrient. The digestion starts in the mouth. The mouth chews food. your salivary glands release saliva and break down food. Then the esophagus pushes food using the muscles into your stomach. After that the gall bladder stores bile. Next the liver produces bile. The stomach realeses chemicals and incomplet

  30. Zeontra says:

    The purpose to the digestion is to break down the food.The solivaryglands

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