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Ch 10: NMTA Phys Ed: The Digestive System

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As you prepare for the NMTA Physical Education test, make some time for these lessons that discuss all the functions of the digestive system so you can answer any related questions on the exam with ease.

NMTA Phys Ed: The Digestive System - Chapter Summary

In this chapter, recount information about how motor development affects different parts of the human body, such as the digestive system. Since part of the NMTA Physical Education test expects you to have a full understanding of the physiology and anatomy of the human body, going over these lessons will help you to remember the following topics:

  • The basic functions of the digestive system
  • The lower gastrointestinal track
  • The upper gastrointestinal track
  • The physiological processes of the digestive system

You may feel mostly confident about taking the NMTA Physical Education Test, but a quick review for the test certainly couldn't hurt, so let us show you what our materials can do for you. Many users simply watch the video lessons, since each video provides an informative mini-lecture. Other users prefer to read the transcripts, especially people who want to scan through the notes as a way to memorize key terms and theories. Another way for you to study is to put your skills to the test by taking our lesson quizzes and chapter exams. See how much you already know, or figure out exactly where you need to spend your study time.

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