Human Anatomy and Physiology
Digestive System
Gastrointestinal Tract

How does the epithelium in the esophagus and the gastrointestinal tract relate to their specific functions?

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By relating to their specific excretions. While they do share some excretory functions and products, the main function that they do not share is that stomach epithelial cells secrete hydrochloric acid.

The common eye elements include the cornea, pupil , iris, retina, epithelium, sclera and the lens. All these elements have their specific functions.

Functions are used to carryon a specific task or to perform specific operation.

The parts of cells performing specific functions are called organelles.

Custom software performs functions specific to a business or industry.

The correct spelling is esophagitis(non-specific inflammation of the esophagus).

It means that the cell performs specific functions and only those specific functions. Hope this helps!

The gastrointestinal tract is a long, continuous tube of varying diameter extending from the lips to the anus. It functions are to alter the food mechanically and chemically to a form which can be absorbed, to perform the processes of absorption, to form and secrete bile and digestive enzymes and, to eliminate the unabsorbed residue.The detailed structure of each of the parts of the digestive tube is related to their specific functions, but the overall architectural plan, particularly from the esophagus to the recto-anal junction, is for the most part, the same.The wall of the tube, particularly from the esophagus to the recto-anal junction, usually consists of four layers: the mucosa (or mucous membrane), the submucosa, the muscularis externa, and either a serosa or an adventita, depending on location.

The Esophagus has 9 specific layers, if you are healthy. They are: mucosa, saliva, lamina propria, smooth muscle, papillae, muscularis extenma, striated muscle, and adventa.

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in the animal cells what are the tiny cell structure that carry out specific functions within the cell

The miniature organ-like structures that have specific functions in a cell are called organelles

It performs specific functions.

it performs specific functions

the specialized group of cells that are organised to perform specific functions are called tissues. Example. muscle tissues.

Eukaryotes have organelles that proform various functions for the cell.

A specailized cell means that a group of specific cells perform specific functions.

f(x) and g(x) are generic names of functions - sort of variables that represent functions instead of numbers. That means they don't always stand for the same specific function. How such functions are alike and different depends on what the specific functions are.

organellesOrganelles within the cytoplasm of cells have specific functions.Structures within the cytoplasm that perform specific functions are called organelles. They are found in all eukaryotic cells.organelles

they specialize to perform specific functions

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The organelles within a cell have different specific functions from one another. The functions can range to a simple protection up to complex functions such as breaking down of sugar to be release as energy.

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