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Digestive System, Part 1: Crash Course Anatomy & Physiology #33
Nachos are delicious. And versatile because today they're also going to help us learn a thing or two about your digestive system. Nachos can provide us with energy and raw materials, by first ingesting something nutritious, propelling it through the alimentary canal where it will be mechanically broken down, and chemically digested by enzymes until my cells can absorb their monomers and use them to make whatever they need. And eventually, there will be pooping.
Digestive System, Part 2: Crash Course Anatomy & Physiology #34
Nearly 200 years ago, Alexis St. Martin was shot in the stomach. He was saved by local army doctor William Beaumont but had to live out his remaining years with a gaping hole in the stomach -- allowing Beaumont to learn a lot about how human digestion works. So today we're going to walk you through that process. We'll cover how mechanical and chemical digestion starts in the mouth and continues in the stomach, where it’s pummeled by acids and enzymes and turned into chyme. We will also go over the stomach’s cephalic, gastric, and intestinal phases of digestive regulation.
Digestive System, Part 3: Crash Course Anatomy & Physiology #35
Nachos are great...if you are among the lucky ones whose bodies can digest them. When digestion goes according to plan, the small intestine performs most of your chemical digestion in the duodenum, while accessory organs including the liver, gallbladder, and pancreas contribute enzymes that all but finish the job. Then your large intestine, which is actually shorter than the small intestine, tries to extract the last bit of nutrition, including the occasional attempt to turn nachos into energy, which for most humans, ends in gassy failure.
Digestive System (a fun Amoeba Sisters animation)
Join the Amoeba Sisters for a brief tour through the human digestive system! This video will address major structures and functions including the esophagus, stomach, small intestine, and large intestine. This video also mentions chemical and mechanical digestion as well as some digestive vocabulary.
Experimenting With Stomach Acid | How strong Is It?
In this video, Jonathan from the Institute of Human Anatomy takes advantage of the fume hood in the lab, and shows just how powerful stomach acid really is. Note: The Institute for Human Anatomy is a great channel for learning about the human body and health.
How your digestive system works - Emma Bryce (Ted-Ed)
Across the planet, humans eat on average between 1 and 2.7 kilograms of food a day, and every last scrap makes its way through the digestive system. Comprised of ten organs covering nine meters, this is one of the most complicated systems in the body. Emma Bryce explains how the different parts of the digestive system work to transform your food into the nutrients and energy that keep you alive.
Human digestive system - How it works!
In this video all digestive organs of the human body are explained in detail and their functioning is described. We will look at the salivary glands, the esophagus, the stomach, the small intestine, the large intestine and the liver with the gall bladder.
How does your body turn food into the poo Human digestion system in human beings (English subtitles)
How your body turns food into the poo Human digestion system