Question
Is the stomach cell part of the upper or lower GI tract? What is its primary
function in digestion and what occurs in this section of the GI tract? Be specific.
3.
Expand
Transcribed Image Text

Is the stomach cell part of the upper or lower GI tract? What is its primary function in digestion and what occurs in this section of the GI tract? Be specific. 3.

Expert Answer

Want to see the step-by-step answer?

Check out a sample Q&A here.

Want to see this answer and more?

Experts are waiting 24/7 to provide step-by-step solutions in as fast as 30 minutes!*

*Response times may vary by subject and question complexity. Median response time is 34 minutes for paid subscribers and may be longer for promotional offers.
Tagged in
Science
Biology

Animal Physiology

Related Biology Q&A

Find answers to questions asked by students like you.

Q: Atria are the ___ chambers of the heart

A: The heart is a hollow muscular organ that pumps the blood through the circulatory system by rhythmic...

Q: 10. Your instructor has given you three test tubes, each containing a different unknown solution. Af...

A: There are various types of biomolecules present in living organisms. Some are simple whereas others ...

Q: Compare the nervous and endocrine systems in terms of action, effect, duration of action, molecules,...

A: Nervous system and endocrine system both are regulatory systems that regulate various processes that...

Q: A hydrophobic substance__________water while a hydrophilic substance______________  water.

A: Hyrophobic molecules are non polar and hence prefer other neutral molecules and non polar solvents. ...

Q: Name the hormones secreted by the neurosecretory cells of the hypothalamus and their functions or ef...

A: Hormones are the chemical messengers which are synthesized by the endocrine glands. On the basis of ...

Q: Carrie is conducting an experiment on a solution. The solution’s initial pH is 3.2. Then, as Carrie ...

A: pH is the negative log of hydrogen ion concentration in a water-based solution. It is a measure of t...

Q: For each of the preceding crosses, test your hypothesis by using a chisquare test.

A: Epistasis is a genetic phenomenon in which the absence or presence of one or more gens genes determi...

Q: Suppose that you are hired by a biotechnology firm to produce a strain of giant fruit flies by using...

A: DNA library is a collection of DNA fragments that are cloned in to a vector. There are two kinds of ...

Q: What is Hemopoiesis?

A: Haemopoietic stem cells are present in the bone marrow and have the unique ability to give rise to a...

Q: 1.Your goal is to design a strategy to create thisfinal pDHFR plasmid for fusion protein expressionf...

A:     Vectors are DNA molecules that act as transporting vehicle which carries foreign DNA into a host...

Q: According to hormone activity, what are paracrine and autocrine?

A: Hormones communicate between organs and tissues for physiological regulations and behavioural activi...

Q: Examples of warm blooded animals that migrate and how they are able to do so

A: Most of the animals migrate either to find food or in search of breeding or to raise their young one...

Q: Basal cell carcinomas are the most common form of skin cancers in the United States and are frequent...

A: The epidermis of the skin is divided into many layers. Uncontrolled division of the cells of this la...

Q: If the thymus of an adult experimental animal is removed, the following observations can be made: (a...

A: Tissues are the group of identical cells that work together to perform a specific function. The grou...

Q: Examine the figure shown here and answer the questions about it below.   The type of movement across...

A: Introduction: it is important for a cell to be in a state of homeostasis. for this transport of ions...

Q: 3c.) Now, diagram below the internal structure of each villus Make sure to carefully depict the micr...

A: Step 1 The intestinal villus is a small, finger-like projection that is extended into the lumen of t...

Q: An Hfr strain that is hisE+ and pheA+ was mixed with a strain thatis hisE− and pheA−. The conjugatio...

A: Transfer of genes in prokaryotes occurs through horizontal transfer mechanisms such as transduction,...

Q: Which type of defense celldo bacteria attract and causeto multiply during theinflammation process? W...

A: The different kinds of immune cells patrol the body in which macrophages are the first to fight agai...

Q: What are the actions of these hormones: GH, TSH, FSH, LH, and PRl?

A: Hormones are chemical Messengers which are secreted directly into the blood.Blood carries them to or...

Q: If you were breeding cotton plants to have increased water uptake in dry soils, you could breed plan...

A: Step 1 Cotton is one of the most important fibers, soft, and fluffy plant that grows in a boll. It i...

Q: What are the primary response regulator and the primary sensorkinase for regulating chemotaxis?

A: Chemotaxis refers to the movement of a motile organism in a particular direction in response to eith...

Q: 4. What is the process of digestion and absorption that takes place in the small intestine? How are ...

A: The small intestine is a component of the gastrointestinal (GI) tract. It is a hollow tube present i...

Q: EVOLUTION CONNECTION Many species can reproduceeither asexually or sexually. Explain what you think ...

A: Reproduction is the process of producing the young ones from the existing one; it enables a species ...

Q: Discuss where protists are found in this newer organization of eukaryotic species.

A: Introduction: Any eukaryotic organism whose cell contains nucleus, but is not characterized as anima...

Q: What the gap between two neurons is called?

A: The neuron is also known as the nerve cell, the main component of the neural system. The millions an...

Q: 3. For the tests listed in following table, describe the appearance of a positive result. In the nex...

A: Benedict’s test is performed by heating the reducing sugar solution with Benedict‘s reagent. The iod...

Q: describe the liquid growth analysis in detail.

A: The RAD 59 is a gene present in the yeast strain Saccharomyces cerevisiae. The proteins encoded by t...

Q: 2. Mr. Hall is a 52-year old male with a high-stress job in the financial sector. He complains to an...

A: Palpitation is a condition that causes irregular and rapid heartbeats. The natural pacemaker of the ...

Q: Which assertions regarding thyroid synthesis are correct?A. Disturbed following iodine deficiencyB. ...

A: Thyroid gland produces and releases the thyroid hormones. There are two thyroid hormones: thyroxine ...

Q: Describe the function of epinephrine and norepinephrine and which neurotransmitter stimulates secret...

A: Epinephrine and norepinephrine are the two hormones released by the adrenal medulla and nervous syst...

Q: When a chi square analysis is applied to solve a linkage problem,explain why an independent assortme...

A: Biostatistics is a branch of statistics that deals with the analysis and interpretation of biologica...

Q: What are the functions of hormones released by the Adrenal medulla?

A: The endocrine system consists of glands and/or hormone-producing cells or tissues. These hormones ac...

Q: Which of the following is an essential fatty acid?a) Linolenicb) Palmiticc) Oleicd) Stearic

A: Essential fatty acid The fatty acid serves as a functional and structural unit of a fat molecule. Fa...