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QUIZ: Can you name the The Digestive System

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This carries food molecules to different places in the body
These are used to break up big molecules into smaller, soluble ones
Big, insoluble food molecules can't pass through this
Digestion starts here as the teeth chew and saliva mixes with your food
Waste materials of digestion are stored here before being egested from the anus
This produces lots of enzymes which are released into the Small Intestine
This produces more enzymes and is lined with villi
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This type of enzymes is involved in breaking up starch into simple sugars
These increase the surface area and food molecules are absorbed into the blood across these
This makes bile, which breaks fats up into tiny droplets
These are the eventual destinations of food molecules
The food is churned up and mixed with more digestive enzymes here
This contains digestive enzymes and is very often found in the mouth
Water is absorbed here

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