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1 JH-KEADLE Digestive System

2 Digestion Lab We are going to use household items to model the digestive system.

3 Digestion Lab Substances in food that provide raw materials and energy the body needs to live Our digestive system turns the chemical energy in these nutrients into energy we can use

4 Digestion Lab Procedure 1. Label four plastic sealable bags with
the following: protein (lunchmeat) vegetable (lettuce)  starch (crushed cracker) dairy (cheese)

5 Digestion Lab Procedure 2. Use a cotton swab to lightly coat the
inside of the bag with vaseline. Measure out 60 mL of vinegar in a graduated cylinder and pour into the bag

6 Digestion Lab Procedure 4. Add 1 drop of food coloring to one
side of the bag so the drop slides down the vaseline. Using the balance, mass 10 g of your groups food item. 6. Add the 10 g of food to the correct bag and seal.

7 Digestion Lab Procedure 7. Shake the sealed bag from side to
side 50 times. 8. Compare each bag and make an inference about how fast each is “digesting” 9. At the end of the period, make sure the bags go in the trash.

8 Digestion Lab Questions. Write these answers in your spiral:
Which food type was digested the fastest? ______________________ 2. Which food type needed more digesting time? _________________

9 Digestion Lab Questions. Write these answers in your spiral:
3. What did the plastic bag represent in this model?______________________ 4. What did the vaseline represent in this model?__________________________

10 Digestion Lab Questions. Write these answers in your spiral:
5. What did the vinegar represent in this model?______________________ 6. What is at least one limitation of this model? _________________________

11 Stomach and Intestine Slides
Now using the microscopes. Look at the slides labeled stomach and small intestine. In your spiral, diagram what you see.

12 Organs of the Digestive System
Mouth Rectum Esophagus Anus Stomach Pancreas Small intestine Gall Bladder Large intestine Liver


14 Functions of the Digestive System
Digests food into molecules the body can use (physical or chemical change) Absorbs nutrient molecules and carries them around the body (physical change) Eliminates waste material from unused nutrients

15 Digestion body breaks down food into small nutrient molecules
mechanical chemical

16 Mechanical Digestion Food is physically broken down into smaller pieces Begins in the mouth Teeth chewing/tearing Movement of smooth muscles

17 Chemical Digestion Chemicals produced by the body break foods into their smaller nutrients mouth stomach

18 Absorption Process by which nutrient molecules pass through the wall of your digestive system into your blood The lining of the small intestine is covered in villi that aid in absorption

19 Elimination Materials that are not absorbed leave the body as waste
The waste material left over after food is digested must leave the body to prevent illness

20 Which is not a function of the digestive system?
Breaking down food into molecules the body can use Absorbing food molecules into the blood to deliver to the body Changing waste into molecules the body can use Eliminating undigested waste from the body

21 Mouth Digestion begins in the mouth Mechanical – teeth
Chemical - saliva

22 Esophagus Muscular tube that connects your mouth to your stomach
moves food down into your stomach using involuntary muscle contractions (peristalsis) Lined with mucus that allows food to slide down

23 The Stomach J-shaped muscular pouch
Most mechanical digestion takes place in the stomach Chemical digestions also takes place Stomach secretes digestive juice (enzymes) that break down food Average adult stomach holds 2 liters Mucus keeps the acids from burning a hole in your stomach

24 Stomach

25 Modeling Place the marble in the end of the tube and squeeze it down into the balloon.

26 Modeling What do you think this could be a model of? What is the tube?
What is the balloon? What is the marble? What is the soap? esophagus stomach food saliva and mucus

27 Which is not an example of mechanical digestion?
Teeth chewing food Tongue breaking up food Smooth muscles in stomach churning food Hydrochloric acid breaking down proteins

28 Small Intestine Where most of the chemical digestion takes place
Where most of the absorption takes place Covered in villi which enlarge the surface area

29 Small Intestine Most digestion happens here.
Intestinal juice (full of enzymes) breaks down food. Digestive Helpers Liver, Gall bladder, Pancreas Digested food is absorbed through the villi into a network of blood vessels that carry the nutrients to all parts of the body. e) By the time food leaves the small intestine, it is empty of all nutrients except water.

30 Small Intestine The villi increase the surface area that can absorb nutrients

31 Where does most digestion take place?
Mouth Stomach Small intestine Liver

32 Liver Breaks down medicines and other chemicals
Produces bile that breaks up fat particles The gall bladder stores bile

33 Pancreas Produces enzymes that flow into the small intestine
Secretes insulin Causes diabetes when it does not make insulin

34 Large Intestine Last section of the digestive tract
Food spends hours here Where water is absorbed Vitamins B & K are made by bacteria in the large intestine

35 Rectum and Anus Rectum – end of the large intestine, forms the solid waste elimination Anus – muscular opening at the end of the rectum

36 Which cell parts are like the digestive system?
Which one makes energy? mitochondria Which one allows materials to pass in and out? cell membrane Which one helps get rid of waste? lysosomes

37 The Digestive System Interacts with:
muscular system (smooth muscle) to move and digest food respiratory system to provide oxygen circulatory system to move nutrients

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