1. Digestion
    • Break down food into engery through blood stream
    • Break down marco particals to micro particals
  2. Simple Sugar
  3. Fatty Acid
  4. Amino Acid
  5. Accesary Organs
    Secretes Enzymes
  6. Intestines
    30ft conviluted open ended tube
  7. Extrinsic Stimuli
    brought on with sight or smell
  8. Intrinsic Stimuli
    the feeling of hungar
  9. Leptin
    Chemical takes makes you eat
  10. Mechanical Digestion
    Chewing of food, breaking down by chewing
  11. Propulsion
    Waves made by muscles that push food down
  12. Peristaisis
    being squezzed in one direction
  13. Segmentation
    Turning or twisting of food through around itself though intestines
  14. Chemical Digestion
    Enzyme breakdown
  15. Absorption
    Food absortion takes place in small intestines
  16. Large Intestine
    Water is reabsorbed here then leaves body
  17. Abdominal Cavity
    Intestines in center of abdominal cavity
  18. Partietal Peritoneum
    under skin inside layer of trunk
  19. Visceral Peritoneum
    Outside layer of GI track-"guts"
  20. Peritoneal Cavity
    Between both visceral and parietal cavities, has fluid
  21. Peritonitis
    • Infection in the peritoneal cavity
    • Anti-biotics cure
  22. Appendix
    • No use
    • Can get infected and will spread into peritoneal cavity, causes peritonitis
  23. Celulase
    • Secreted by appendix to break down greens
    • Vestigual organ
  24. Retroperitoneal Position
    When GI Track is shifted from center
  25. GI Track Layers
    • Lumen
    • Mucosa
    • Submucosa
    • Muscularis
    • Serosa
  26. Lumen
    Passage tube-not a layer
  27. Mucosa
    • Secretes mucus
    • Goblet cells that secrete mucus
  28. Submucosa
    • Lots of blood vessels
    • Goes top to bottom
  29. Muscularis
    • Muscles
    • Longitudinal and Circular
  30. Serosa
    Outer most layer
  31. Tunics
    Layers of GI track
  32. Adventia
    • Layer only in retroperitoneal organ
    • Only large intestine and oral cavity
    • Esophagus only has adventia no serosa
  33. Enteric neurons
    Nerves that connect brain to GI track circulation
  34. Slanchnic
    Blood vessels that supply blood to tunics
  35. Oropharynx
    • Back of mouth
    • leads to laryngopharynx
    • nose and mouth join together here
  36. Epiglottis
    • Gate between oropharynx and laryngopharynx
    • gate keeper for oral and trachea tubes
  37. Uvula
    Launguage-vowels and sounds of words and controls food volume
  38. Language
    The movement of air, uvula and tongue
  39. Ankyloglossia
    Tongue tied, short lingual frenulum
  40. Gustation
    Sence of taste
  41. 3 Saliva Glands
    • Sublingual
    • Submandibular
    • Parotid
  42. Parotid Gland
    Mumps-infection that happens here
  43. Myxo viris
    • Mumps-infection-in children
    • Men become sterile
  44. Saliva
    • 99.5% water
    • Ph-7-neutral
    • Dilutes think mucas
  45. Lysozine
    enzyme breaks bacteria membrane to kill it with saliva
  46. # of Deciduous teeth
    • 20
    • Dont have pre molars
  47. # of Permanent teeth
    • 32
    • 6-12 years old
  48. Mastagate
    Chewing break down of food
  49. Tooth Parts
    Crown, Neck, Root
  50. Odantoblast
    Forming of teeth
  51. Enamel
    • Outer egde of tooth
    • Calcium rich
    • Strongest stuff on earth
  52. Dentin
    Lush part of tooth between enamel and pulp
  53. Pulp Cavity
    Blood vessels and nerves
  54. Cementum
    Hold tooth in socket
  55. Periodontal ligament
    Alots a little of movement of teeth
  56. Gomphousis
    Holds tooth in joint
  57. Plauque
    Dead cells-both invading and fighting cells that covers tooth
  58. Filling
    Fill up dentin to protect pulp
  59. Calcification
    Calcium sites on tooth
  60. Calculus
  61. Gingivitous
    infection of the gums
Card Set
GI Track, Mouth,Teeth, GI Track Organs