What separates the stomach from the duodenum?


What separates the stomach from the duodenum?

The Stomach:

The stomach is a dilated portion of the alimentary canal that receives food from the esophagus. The stomach further softens the food and partially digests it.

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Anatomy and Physiology of the Stomach and Autonomic Nervous System Controls


Chapter 17 / Lesson 3

Digestion begins in the mouth but continues in the stomach. Explore the anatomy and physiology of the stomach, like the pyloric sphincter, rugae, mucosa, and gastric pits and glands, and learn how the automatic nervous system controls them.

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