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Question 1: National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, ________.
Johns Hopkins HospitalNational Institutes of HealthGreater Baltimore Medical CenterHarbor Hospital

Question 2: Non-ruminant herbivores, such as rabbits, have an outpouching of the large intestine called the cecum, which aids in digestion of plant material such as ________.
StarchSucroseCelluloseGlucose

Question 3: The low pH (ranging from 1 to 4) of the stomach is fatal for many ________ that enter it.
BacteriaMicroorganismFungusBiology

Question 4:
  • ________ - Here the digestive juices from pancreas and liver mix together
    StomachDuodenumSmall intestineHuman gastrointestinal tract

Question 5: by function: ________ • Exocrine pancreas
Endocrine systemHypothalamusIslets of LangerhansEndocrine gland

Question 6: ________ (including Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis)
Biological therapy for inflammatory bowel diseaseCoeliac diseaseInflammatory bowel diseaseColorectal cancer

Question 7: Peristalsis takes place, which is the contraction of muscles to propel the food down the esophagus which extends through the ________ and pierces the diaphragm to reach the stomach.
TorsoEarBreastChest

Question 8: The liver secretes ________ into the small intestine via the bile duct employing the gallbladder as a reservoir.
Human gastrointestinal tractBileSecretinDigestion

Question 9: Components derived from the gut proper, including the ________ and colon, develop as swellings or dilatations of the primitive gut.
Small intestineRectumVermiform appendixStomach

Question 10: ________, also known as "stomach flu"; an inflammation of the stomach and intestines
GastroenteritisHepatitisInfectious diarrheaPeritonitis







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