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NameRegents BiologyPeriodDateLAB . DIGESTIVE SYSTEM1. Separate the papers with the illustrations of the human digestive system organs.2. Color the parts of the human digestive system in the following way:a. BLUE — Mouth, Esophagus, Stomach, Small Intestinesb. PINK or RED — Digestive Glands: Salivary Glands, Pancreasc. BROWN — Digestive Gland: Liverd. GREEN — Digestive Glands: Gall Bladder, Bile Ducte. YELLOW — Large Intestines, Appendix3. Cut out the organs of the Human Digestive System and place them on your poster paper.Have your teacher check for proper placement before you tape or glue the pieces.4. Cut out the organ labels — names of the digestive system organs — and place themcorrectly on your poster. Have your teacher check for proper placement before you tape orglue the labels.5. Cut out the digestive enzyme processes and place them correctly on your poster. Haveyour teacher check for proper placement before you tape or glue the pieces.6. Put your name on the front of the poster. Have your teacher sign off that your poster iscomplete.SIGNATURE:7. Answer the Summary Questions.1 of 11Developed by Kim B. Foglia www.ExploreBiology.com 2008

NameRegents BiologySUMMARY QUESTIONS1. Why is digestion a necessary process for animals?2. Digestion starts in the mouth. What two digestive processes occur there?a.b.3. What is the main function of the stomach?4. How does the stomach perform this function?5. Name the connecting organ between the mouth and the stomach.6. Name the involuntary muscle movementthat moves food through the digestive system.7. List the enzymes produced by each of these organs and the nutrients digested by them:ORGANENZYMENUTRIENT DIGESTEDmouthstomachliverpancreas2 of 11Developed by Kim B. Foglia www.ExploreBiology.com 2008

NameRegents Biology8. Why do animals have so many different enzymes to digest their foods?9. Why are the salivary glands, pancreas, liver, and gall bladder considered accessory glandsof the digestives system?10. Why can we live without our gall bladder? What is its main function?11. What is the main function of the small intestines?12. How is the small intestines structured specifically to perform this function best?13. In the space to the right,draw a picture clearly showingthe structure of villi and microvilli.14. By what process does food move fromthe small intestines to the blood stream so it can be circulated to the rest of the body?3 of 11Developed by Kim B. Foglia www.ExploreBiology.com 2008

NameRegents Biology15. What is the main function of the large intestines?16. By what process does water move from the large intestines to the blood stream so it can becirculated to the rest of the body?17. Why is it important for water to be reclaimed from the digestive system back to the body?18. What happens when too little water is reabsorbed back to the body from the largeintestines? Can this be a dangerous condition?19. What are the functions of the bacteria that live in the large intestines?20. Cellulose (plant material) is mostly indigestible, but it is still important for us to eat. Whatpurpose does it serve?4 of 11Developed by Kim B. Foglia www.ExploreBiology.com 2008

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LAB _. DIGESTIVE SYSTEM 1. Separate the papers with the illustrations of the human digestive system organs. 2. Color the parts of the human digestive system in the following way: a. BLUE — Mouth, Esophagus, Stomach, Small Intestines b. PINK or RED — Digestive Glands: Salivary Glands, Pancr

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