Organs Involved in Digestion Crossword Puzzle

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QUESTIONS LIST: mouth: food enters through the _ ; first step of digestion, pharynx: muscular tube that moves food into the esophagus, esophagus: muscular tube that runs from the pharynx to the stomach through the diaphragm, stomach: pouch like organ that is located in the left hypochondriac region of the abdominal cavity, small intestine: organ that is about 20 feet long from the stomach to the large intestine, colon: organ that is 5 feet long and forms a rectangular around the tightly packed small intestine, salivary: _ glands, there is three of these located in the mouth/ jaw area, teeth: housed in the oral cavity and there is 32 _ in a complete set for adults, pancreas: produces enzymes that digest fats, proteins, carbs, and nucleic acid, liver: body's largest glandular organ that manufactures bile- a substance needed for the digestion of fat, gallbladder: stores bile because the body only needs the bile a few times a day, ingestion: another word for the intake of food at the start of the digestive process, digestion: can be both mechanical and chemical, absorption: an important part of the digestive process essential for maintaining good health , elimination: occurs when food leaves the body via anus