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Lab Ex. 49 & 50 Organs of the Digestive System
pharyngeal tonsils (adenoids)
Alimentary Canal Wall
circular muscle (smooth muscle tissue)
longitudinal muscle (smooth muscle tissue)
oblique muscle (stomach only)
Comparison of areas of tract Esophagus Stomach Small intestine Large intestine
lower esophageal (cardiac) sphincter
lobes (L & R)
hepatic duct (L & R)
common hepatic duct
common bile duct
hepatopancreatic sphincter (muscle around duct)
plicae circulares (folds)
internal anal sphincter
external anal sphincter
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