Biology Practicals Class 12
Discover Key Secrets of Your Digestive System
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- In this experiment, you will learn about the structures and functions of the various organs of the digestive system.
- You will learn about the process of digestion and the various parts of the digestive system involved in it.
- You will understand the process of the breakdown of complex food molecules into simple molecules.
- You will learn about the process of absorption of simple molecules inside the small intestine and the waste elimination process.
- In this simulation, you will learn and label different organs involved in food consumption in the digestive system with the help of diagrams of digestive systems and interesting simulations.
- This visual biology experiment will demonstrate the process of digestion to you with a simple and core understanding of all organs.
- This simulation will make the digestive system experiment of biology practical class 12 easy to understand.
The digestive system in humans consists of the digestive tract, which is made up of a collection of hollow organs connected via a long, twisting tube from the mouth to the anus. This tube also connects to other organs that assist the body in breaking down and absorbing food. The organs that make up the digestive tract are the mouth, salivary glands, oesophagus, stomach, small intestine, and large intestine—also known as the colon—rectum, and anus. The mucosa lining is found inside these empty organs. The mucosa of the mouth, stomach, and small intestine includes microscopic glands that create fluids that aid digestion.
A layer of smooth muscle in the digestive tract helps break down food and transports it down the tract. The liver and pancreas, two “solid” digestive organs, create digestive fluids that go through tiny tubes called ducts to the gut. The gallbladder stocks the digestive fluids produced by the liver until the gut requires them. Parts of the neurological and circulatory systems influence the digestive system.
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Requirements for this Science Experiment
⦁ Digestive System ⦁ Mouth ⦁ Stomach ⦁ Intestine ⦁ Salivary Glands