(Redirected from Alimentary canal) Jump to: navigation, search "Gut" ... Accessory organs to the alimentary canal include the liver, gallbladder, and pancreas. ...
Full article ...
The alimentary canal is supplied with rich plexuses beneath the epithelium, often as a superficial plexus in the mucosa and a deeper submucosal plexus.
Lining the alimentary canal are collections of mucosa-associated lymphatic tissues (MALT) that form lymphatic nodules. Clusters of lymphatic nodules are also deep to the lining of the alimentary canal.
mammals] Circulatory system[human: structure and function] [fish, squid, frog, lizard] ["open"] Cistron Citric acid cycle Citrulline Cladistics Cleavage [in frog] Clinical studiesclinical trials of drugs CloacaPosterior part of the alimentary canal ...
Accessory organs to the alimentary canal include the liver, gallbladder, and pancreas. The liver secretes bile into the small intestine via the biliary system, employing the gallbladder as a reservoir.
1. the oral cavity located at the upper end of the alimentary canal that opens to the outside at the lips and empties into the throat at the rear, and containing structures for mastication and tasting especially in higher vertebrates ...
Anal: Relating to or near the anus, or the posterior opening of the alimentary canal (Abercrombie et al., 1973).
Androdieocious: Reproductive strategy in which individuals are either strictly males or hermaphrodites.
stomach The expansion of the alimentary canal between the esophagus and duodenum.
stomates The small openings in leaves, herbaceous stems, and fruits through which gases and water vapor pass.
A digestive tube that runs between a mouth and an anus; also called alimentary canal. An incomplete digestive tract has only one opening.
A flower that has sepals, petals, stamens, and carpels.
stomodeum - anterior part of the embryonic alimentary canal formed as an invagination of the ectoderm; the future mouth.
structural gene - gene or part of gene encoding protein sequence.
a small conical projection of soft tissue, especially on the skin, oral cavity, or lining of the alimentary canal ...
See also: Cells, Blood, Human, Organ, Animal