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How is poop made?

Poop is made by your digestive system. When you first take a bite of food, the process starts. The saliva in your mouth starts to break down the food. You then swallow the food sending it down your esophagus to your stomach. In your stomach, it meets up with hydrochloric acid that breaks it down into a pulp-like substance. Your stomach then contracts and sends it into your small intestines, where vitamins and nutrients are extracted. It continues down the intestines into the large intestines. The large intestines continue to pull liquid out of the feces. Once the feces is through the large intestines, it waits at the bottom, in your rectum, until you make a bowel movement... Or poop.


What process takes place in the large intestines?

Digestion


What is Something found on body that starts with the letter I?

Why the small and large intestines for starters.


What process does the water move from the large intestines to the blood stream?

osmosis


What organ stores waste?

The kidneys process fluid waste. Urine is stored in the urinary bladder. The stomach, small intestines, and to a lesser degree the large intestines each process waste. The large intestine stores solid waste, especially in the lower colon.


The small and large intestines are known by the general term?

what is the process of excretion called


What is the process that water is moved from the large intestines to the blood stream?

its called absorbation


What is the path of the digestive system?

It starts at the mouth then goes down the Esophagus, into the stomach, into the small intestines, through the large intestines and eventually into rectum and through anus.


What does large intestines do?

Large intestines filter the food in your system.


What is the large intestines function?

The large intestines function is to digest your food.


Where are the large intestines located?

The large intestines are located in the lower abdomen.


What is the funtion of the large intestines?

the function of the large intestines is to remove the waste in your body


Does eating to much causes damage to the large intestines?

it can cause the small intestines to stretch but i dont know about the large intestines


What process does water move from the large intestines to the blood stream so it circulated to the rest of the the body?

osmosis


What process does water move from the large intestines to the blood stream so it can be circulated to the rest of the body?

osmosis


What part of the digest system would you find feces?

The lower part of the large intestines.The lower part of the large intestines.


What process takes in the large intestines?

digestion Actually no digestion takes place in the large intestine this organ is almost entirely for water absorption.


Why are small intestines longer than large intestines?

The intestines are a tissue from your body.


Can human live without the large intestines?

Yes, you can live without the large intestines,


What cleans the small intestines?

the large intestines isn't it?


Where do the large and small intestines meet?

small intestines makes the transition to the large intestines here through what is called the ileocecal valve.


What do the stomach small intestines large intestines do?

your stomach and small intestines break food down and anything that gets to your large intestines exits your body through the anus


In which digestive organ are nutrients absorbed?

Nutrients are absorbed throughout the digestive process. Specific nutrients are absorbed in the stomach and large intestines, but the majority of nutrients are absorbed in the small intestines.


From the stomach the food moves to the large intestine?

From the stomach, the food moves into the small intestines. After the small intestines the food moves into the large intestines.


What the large intestine empties into this?

Stomach -> Small Intestines -> Large Intestines -> Through Anus and out of the body


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