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The chewing of food is the most obvious example of mechanical digestion that occurs inside the mouth. The other kind of digestion is called chemical digestion.
Most of the digestion occurs (believe it or not) not in the stomach, but the smaller intestine.
By definition mechanical digestion is a physical part of digestion.
mechanical digestion your welcome
Mechanical digestion occurs in the mouth. Not the small intestine.
No, mechanical digestion occurs with mastication in the mouth and the churning of the stomach. Chemical digestion involves enzymes.
No chemical or mechanical digestion occurs in the esophagus, only propulsion, which is one of the six digestive processes.
Mechanical and chemical
The stomach is a muscular sac that performs mechanical and chemical digestion.
The type of digestion you are referring to is called mechanical digestion. It occurs in the mouth and stomach.
Food gets broken down by mechanical and chemical digestion. Mechanical digestion begins in the mouth and chemical digestion mostly occurs in the stomach.
In the stomach and the mouth
The small intestine has chemical digestion.
Mechanical Digestion (or physical digestion) is more about the mouth. It's chewing, biting, breaking down, and sofening the food. This is why its called "Mechanical" Digestion.Mechanical digestion involves the pulverizing and crushing of food particles, usually by chewing. Chemical digestion occurs through the secretion of digestive juices.
most chemical digestion occurs in the duodenum
Both mechanical and chemical digestion
It doesn't. Only chemical digestion occurs in the small intestine
Stomach and mouth
Mechanical or Chemical.
In humans most mechanical digestion takes place in the mouth through chewing.