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1

What tissue types are in the tongue?

Connective

Adipose

Skeletal muscle

2

What tissue types are in the oral cavity?

Stratified squamous epithelium

3

What tissue types are in the pharynx?

Pseudostratified columnar

Stratified squamous

4

What tissue types are in the esophagus?

Non-keritinazied stratified squamous epithelium

Connective tissue

Skeletal muscle

5

What tissue types are in the stomach?

Simple columnar

Connective tissue

Smooth muscle

Simple squamous

Areolar CT

6

What tissue types are in the small intestine?

Epithelial tissue

Smooth muscle

7

What tissue types are in the large intestine?

Epithelium

Connective tissue

8

What tissue types are in the anus?

Muscle tissue

Simple columnar epithelium

9

What tissue types are in the salivary glands?

Stratified cuboidal

10

What types of tissues are in the liver?

Connective tissue

11

What types of tissues are in the gallbladder?

Loose CT

Smooth muscle

12

What are the functions of the taeniae coli?

Contract lengthwise to produce the bulges in the colon

13

What types of tissues are in the taeniae coli?

Smooth muscle

14

When do the incisors come in?

6-8 months

15

What is the function of the incisors?

Cutting

16

When do the canines come in?

16-20 months

17

What is the function of the canines?

Tearing

18

When do the premolars come in?

10-15 months

19

What is the function of the premolars?

Crushing/grinding

20

When do the molars come in?

2 years

21

What is the function of the molars?

Crushing/grinding

22

In the mucosa (of the SI), the mouth, esophagus, and anus are made of what?

Stratified squamous

23

What is the function of the mucosa?

Secretion of mucus, digestive enzymes, hormones, protection against infectious disease

24

The submucosa of the small intestine is made of what?


Areolar and dense irregular connective tissue

25

What is the function of the submucosa?


Absorption and transportation of nutrients

26

What is the serosa of the SI made of?

Areolar CT

Simple squamous

27

What is the function of the serosa?


Reduces friction as the digestive system organs slide across one another

28

How long is the duodenum?

10-15 inches

29

How long is the jejunum?

8 feet

30

How long is the ileum?

12 feet