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1 Chapter 23 - The Digestive System $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100$100$100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Introduction Functional Anatomy of the Upper GI Tract Functional Anatomy of the Small Intestine Functional Anatomy of the Large Intestine Chemical Digestion and Absorption FINAL ROUND

2 Introduction: $100 Question Peristalsis is part of which digestive process? a. Absorption b. Ingestion c. Propulsion d. Chemical digestion BACK TO GAME ANSWER

3 Introduction: $100 Answer Peristalsis is part of which digestive process? a. Absorption b. Ingestion c. Propulsion d. Chemical digestion BACK TO GAME

4 Introduction: $200 Question All of the following are part of the alimentary canal except the: a. pharynx. b. esophagus. c. small intestine. d. liver. BACK TO GAME ANSWER

5 Introduction: $200 Answer All of the following are part of the alimentary canal except the: a. pharynx. b. esophagus. c. small intestine. d. liver. BACK TO GAME

6 Introduction: $300 Question Simple columnar epithelium is found in which histological layer of the alimentary canal? a. Submucosa b. Muscularis c. Serosa d. Mucosa BACK TO GAME ANSWER

7 Introduction: $300 Answer Simple columnar epithelium is found in which histological layer of the alimentary canal? a. Submucosa b. Muscularis c. Serosa d. Mucosa BACK TO GAME

8 Introduction: $400 Question Which histological layer of the alimentary canal is also known as the visceral peritoneum? a. Submucosa b. Muscularis c. Serosa d. Mucosa BACK TO GAME ANSWER

9 Introduction: $400 Answer Which histological layer of the alimentary canal is also known as the visceral peritoneum? a. Submucosa b. Muscularis c. Serosa d. Mucosa BACK TO GAME

10 Introduction: $500 Question The membrane that lines the body wall of the abdominal cavity is the: a. ventral mesentery. b. visceral peritoneum. c. parietal peritoneum. d. retroperitoneum. BACK TO GAME ANSWER

11 Introduction: $500 Answer The membrane that lines the body wall of the abdominal cavity is the: a. ventral mesentery. b. visceral peritoneum. c. parietal peritoneum. d. retroperitoneum. BACK TO GAME

12 Functional Anatomy of the Upper GI Tract: $100 Question The teeth used to tear and pierce food are the: a. incisors. b. molars. c. canines. d. premolars. BACK TO GAME ANSWER

13 Functional Anatomy of the Upper GI Tract: $100 Answer The teeth used to tear and pierce food are the: a. incisors. b. molars. c. canines. d. premolars. BACK TO GAME

14 Functional Anatomy of the Upper GI Tract: $200 Question The esophageal hiatus is found on this organ. a. Esophagus b. Stomach c. Diaphragm d. Pharynx BACK TO GAME ANSWER

15 Functional Anatomy of the Upper GI Tract: $200 Answer The esophageal hiatus is found on this organ. a. Esophagus b. Stomach c. Diaphragm d. Pharynx BACK TO GAME

16 Functional Anatomy of the Upper GI Tract: $300 Question Saliva is composed mainly of: a. water. b. amylase. c. lingual lipase. d. mucin. BACK TO GAME ANSWER

17 Functional Anatomy of the Upper GI Tract: $300 Answer Saliva is composed mainly of: a. water. b. amylase. c. lingual lipase. d. mucin. BACK TO GAME

18 Functional Anatomy of the Upper GI Tract: $400 Question Which of the following phases of gastric secretion is a conditioned reflex? a. Gastric phase b. Cephalic phase c. Intestinal phase d. All three phases above are conditioned reflexes. BACK TO GAME ANSWER

19 Functional Anatomy of the Upper GI Tract: $400 Answer Which of the following phases of gastric secretion is a conditioned reflex? a. Gastric phase b. Cephalic phase c. Intestinal phase d. All three phases above are conditioned reflexes. BACK TO GAME

20 Functional Anatomy of the Upper GI Tract: $500 Question The gastric cells that secrete pepsinogen are the: a. mucous neck cells. b. parietal cells. c. chief cells. d. enteroendocrine cells. BACK TO GAME ANSWER

21 Functional Anatomy of the Upper GI Tract: $500 Answer The gastric cells that secrete pepsinogen are the: a. mucous neck cells. b. parietal cells. c. chief cells. d. enteroendocrine cells. BACK TO GAME

22 Functional Anatomy of the Small Intestine: $100 Question Most of the digestive enzymes found in the small intestine are secreted by this accessory organ. a. Liver b. Gallbladder c. Stomach d. Pancreas BACK TO GAME ANSWER

23 Functional Anatomy of the Small Intestine: $100 Answer Most of the digestive enzymes found in the small intestine are secreted by this accessory organ. a. Liver b. Gallbladder c. Stomach d. Pancreas BACK TO GAME

24 Functional Anatomy of the Small Intestine: $200 Question The fingerlike projections of the intestinal mucosa are called: a. rugae. b. plicae circulares. c. brush borders. d. villi. BACK TO GAME ANSWER

25 Functional Anatomy of the Small Intestine: $200 Answer The fingerlike projections of the intestinal mucosa are called: a. rugae. b. plicae circulares. c. brush borders. d. villi. BACK TO GAME

26 Functional Anatomy of the Small Intestine: $300 Question This substance secreted by the pancreas helps neutralize chyme. a. Chymotrypsin b. Bile c. Trypsin d. Bicarbonate BACK TO GAME ANSWER

27 Functional Anatomy of the Small Intestine: $300 Answer This substance secreted by the pancreas helps neutralize chyme. a. Chymotrypsin b. Bile c. Trypsin d. Bicarbonate BACK TO GAME

28 Functional Anatomy of the Small Intestine: $400 Question This hormone triggers the release of enzyme-rich pancreatic juice. a. CCK b. Secretin c. Gastrin d. Bile BACK TO GAME ANSWER

29 Functional Anatomy of the Small Intestine: $400 Answer This hormone triggers the release of enzyme-rich pancreatic juice. a. CCK b. Secretin c. Gastrin d. Bile BACK TO GAME

30 Functional Anatomy of the Small Intestine: $500 Question This hormone relaxes the hepatopancreatic sphincter. a. CCK b. Secretin c. Gastrin d. Bile BACK TO GAME ANSWER

31 Functional Anatomy of the Small Intestine: $500 Answer This hormone relaxes the hepatopancreatic sphincter. a. CCK b. Secretin c. Gastrin d. Bile BACK TO GAME

32 Functional Anatomy of the Large Intestine: $100 Question Which of the following is not part of the large intestine? a. Cecum b. Appendix c. Ileum d. Sigmoid colon BACK TO GAME ANSWER

33 Functional Anatomy of the Large Intestine: $100 Answer Which of the following is not part of the large intestine? a. Cecum b. Appendix c. Ileum d. Sigmoid colon BACK TO GAME

34 Functional Anatomy of the Large Intestine: $200 Question The pocketlike sacs of the large intestine are called: a. teniae coli. b. haustra. c. epiploic appendages. d. cecae. BACK TO GAME ANSWER

35 Functional Anatomy of the Large Intestine: $200 Answer The pocketlike sacs of the large intestine are called: a. teniae coli. b. haustra. c. epiploic appendages. d. cecae. BACK TO GAME

36 Functional Anatomy of the Large Intestine: $300 Question The functions of the large intestine include all of the following except: a. elimination of waste. b. absorption of water and electrolytes. c. absorption of nutrients. d. production of vitamins. BACK TO GAME ANSWER

37 Functional Anatomy of the Large Intestine: $300 Answer The functions of the large intestine include all of the following except: a. elimination of waste. b. absorption of water and electrolytes. c. absorption of nutrients. d. production of vitamins. BACK TO GAME

38 Functional Anatomy of the Large Intestine: $400 Question Which of the following reflexes are we able to voluntarily control? a. Gastroileal reflex b. Gastrocolic reflex c. Enterogastric reflex d. Defecation reflex BACK TO GAME ANSWER

39 Functional Anatomy of the Large Intestine: $400 Answer Which of the following reflexes are we able to voluntarily control? a. Gastroileal reflex b. Gastrocolic reflex c. Enterogastric reflex d. Defecation reflex BACK TO GAME

40 Functional Anatomy of the Large Intestine: $500 Question Mass movement in the large intestine is initiated by the: a. gastroileal reflex. b. gastrocolic reflex. c. enterogastric reflex. d. defecation reflex. BACK TO GAME ANSWER

41 Functional Anatomy of the Large Intestine: $500 Answer Mass movement in the large intestine is initiated by the: a. gastroileal reflex. b. gastrocolic reflex. c. enterogastric reflex. d. defecation reflex. BACK TO GAME

42 Chemical Digestion and Absorption: $100 Question Amylase allows us to digest: a. carbohydrates. b. proteins. c. fats. d. all of these. BACK TO GAME ANSWER

43 Chemical Digestion and Absorption: $100 Answer Amylase allows us to digest: a. carbohydrates. b. proteins. c. fats. d. all of these. BACK TO GAME

44 Chemical Digestion and Absorption: $200 Question Which of the following enzymes is not found in adults? a. Carboxypolypeptidase b. Lipase c. Rennin d. Chymotrypsin BACK TO GAME ANSWER

45 Chemical Digestion and Absorption: $200 Answer Which of the following enzymes is not found in adults? a. Carboxypolypeptidase b. Lipase c. Rennin d. Chymotrypsin BACK TO GAME

46 Chemical Digestion and Absorption: $300 Question Which of the following is not an enzyme? a. Rennin b. Lipase c. Pepsin d. Bile BACK TO GAME ANSWER

47 Chemical Digestion and Absorption: $300 Answer Which of the following is not an enzyme? a. Rennin b. Lipase c. Pepsin d. Bile BACK TO GAME

48 Chemical Digestion and Absorption: $400 Question Which enzyme below digests disaccharides into monosaccharides? a. Rennin b. Pepsin c. Lipase d. Sucrase BACK TO GAME ANSWER

49 Chemical Digestion and Absorption: $400 Answer Which enzyme below digests disaccharides into monosaccharides? a. Rennin b. Pepsin c. Lipase d. Sucrase BACK TO GAME

50 Chemical Digestion and Absorption: $500 Question Micelles are formed during the absorption of which nutrient? a. Monosaccharides b. Fatty acids c. Amino acids d. Disaccharides BACK TO GAME ANSWER

51 Chemical Digestion and Absorption: $500 Answer Micelles are formed during the absorption of which nutrient? a. Monosaccharides b. Fatty acids c. Amino acids d. Disaccharides BACK TO GAME

52 FINAL ROUND Question Intrinsic factor is produced in the stomach and is necessary for the absorption of: a. triglycerides. b. fat-soluble vitamins. c. vitamin B 12. d. vitamin C. BACK TO GAME ANSWER

53 FINAL ROUND Answer Intrinsic factor is produced in the stomach and is necessary for the absorption of: a. triglycerides. b. fat-soluble vitamins. c. vitamin B 12. d. vitamin C. BACK TO GAME


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