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This is the innermost tunic layer of the alimentary canal wall, lining the lumen.
a) Serosa b) Submucosa c) Muscularis externa d) Mucosa
This tunic layer of the alimentary canal wall has 2 layers of smooth muscle tissue for peristalsis.
a) Serosa b) Submucosa c) Muscularis externa d) Mucosa
This outermost tunic layer attaches to the mesentery that connects digestive structures to the abdominal wall.
a) Serosa b) Submucosa c) Muscularis externa d) Mucosa
These rhythmic contractions of smooth muscle tissue push food futher along the digestive tract.
a) Halitosis b) Nemesis c) Psoriasis d) Peristalsis
Which of the following does NOT apply to the stomach?
a) Muscular C-shaped sac b) Contains an inner lining of mucus c) Performs mechanical and chemical digestion of lipids d) Produces a mix of hydrochloric acid, pepsin, and other gastric juices
The valve allowing the passage of a bolus from the esophagus to the stomach is the
a) Cardioesophageal sphincter b) Anal sphincter c) Pyloric sphincter d) Illeocecal sphincter
The valve allowing the egestion of undigested waste is the
a) Cardioesophageal sphincter b) Anal sphincter c) Pyloric sphincter d) Illeocecal sphincter
The valve allowing the passage of chyme from the stomach into the duodenum is the
a) Cardioesophageal sphincter b) Anal sphincter c) Pyloric sphincter d) Illeocecal sphincter
The valve allowing the passage of undigested waste from the small intestine to the large intestine is the
a) Cardioesophageal sphincter b) Anal sphincter c) Pyloric sphincter d) Illeocecal sphincter
Another word for the esophagus is the
a) Gullet b) Gall bladder c) Giblets d) Gingiva
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