What from the gallbladder functions in the same way as in the digestive system?
it has the same functions
The urinary bladder holds the urine that is pulled from the blood by the kidneys, while the gallbladder holds bile from the liver and releases it into the digestive system to aid in digesting.
No. The gallbladder is part of the digestive system. (eating) Your bladder is part of your renal system. (urine) The term "bladder" means something with which to hold or carry something. Usually liquid. Best of luck, Kathi
No, the gall badder is part of the digestive system. It stores bile and it is near the liver. The prostate is a doughnut shaped gland that is part of the reproductive system.
Besides length, a cow's intestines are no different from a human's. Both have the same functions as the other when it comes down to digestive processes in the digestive system.
a horse has the same digestive system as a rabbit
Do sharks have digestive system?
The human and pig digestive system are very similar.That's why they are what you dissect in biology. Their digestive system includes all the same organs that we have. The esophagus,stomach,liver,gall bladder,spleen,pancreas,and the small and large intestines. The functions of the organs are the same as well.A pigs large intestines basically balled while a humans is wound the inside of the body. THIS IS ANSWERED BY ENILY JOHNSON A 12 YEAR OLD THAT QUESTION WAS EASY… Read More
The digestive system of a cow and a sheep are the same. Both species are ruminants, and both have the same components and organs of such a ruminant digestive system.
No. The digestive system in all normal humans work the same way.
They are basicaly the same.
Cows are female bovines. Bulls are male bovines. Therefore they have the same digestive system!!
They're both the same.
Yes, it is merely a different word for the same thing
A body system is a group of organs with co-ordinated activities, achieving the same general function in the body. One example is the digestive system. It consists of several organs, such as the stomach, liver, and pancreas. Each organ has its own particular detailed functions, but the system as a whole has the overarching functions of digestion and absorption. Different scientists (and textbook authors!) compile different lists of the systems of the human body, but… Read More
The function of the digestive system in a chicken is much the same as any animal. The digestive system breaks down food for the animal to absorb.
The tiger's digestive system is the same as humans, as we are related to the tiger species.
Neither! In terms of the digestive system, I think what you are asking is which goes into the duodenum first - Bile from the Liver (actually from the gallbladder) or enzymes from the pancreas. They both enter through the same hole! The tubes from both join just as they reach the duodenum. The hole is called the 'Ampulla of Vater' which I think you'll agree is an epic name. Hope this helps, Joe.
The human and pig digestive system are very similar.That's why they are what you dissect in biology. Their digestive system includes all the same organs that we have. The esophagus,stomach,liver,gall bladder,spleen,pancreas,and the small and large intestines. The functions of the organs are the same as well.A pigs large intestines basically balled while a humans is wound the inside of the body. THIS IS ANSWERED BY ENILY JOHNSON A 11 YEAR OLD THAT QUESTION WAS EASY… Read More
No, the gall bladder holds digestive enzymes, and the bladder in the urinary tract collects urine made by the kidneys. Two different organs.
the birds digestive system works the same as the humans.the birds digestive system starts off with the mouth then the stomach,small intestine,large intestine then the anus.so it is just like humans.
the zebra digestive system is just the same as the humans but of course it is a little different.and the zebra's digestive system also begins with the mouth,stomach,small intestine,large intestine and anus.
There is no difference. Both terms refer to the same system. Digestive system is refferd to by many different names, but mostly digestive system, gastrointestinal (GI) tract, alimentary canal or dgestive tract.
The Digestive System is a system because your food needs to be processed and that is how it is. the digestive system is a system because alot of differant organs are working together to the same job like the mouth,esophagus,stomach,liver,pancreas,small intestine,large intestine and the anus
well they're animals,we're humans sometimes it same sometimes not like cows.
in a cell different cell organelles do different functions(e.g. mitochondria-respiration) in the same way our body has different organs or different organ systems to do different functions(heart-respiration;digestive system-complete digestion and excretion of food)
same as a human not true
the same way you do
they are both same
They eat and have a digestive system. Same with all of us.
no, the carnivores and the herbivores are not same by the sence of dijestive system. the car......... have rumen and a cemical called cellulose.
The respiratory system is what system your lungs are apart of, and your throat, if it's the same as the esophagus, is apart of the digestive system.
They have the same system. The only difference is they have slightly different bones and digestive track
Of course not,vertebrates have almost similar digestive systems.But in other animals,it is very different
No bats have a one way digestive system. Food goes in the mouth, is digested, and comes out the other end. In two way digestive systems food is taken in and waste is excreted through the same opening.
Both species have the same organs as the other in their digestive system: mouth, esophagus, stomach (in cows, the part of the four-chambered stomach that have similar digestive enzymes to a human's is called the Abomasum), liver, spleen, pancreas, large and small intestines, colon, rectum, anus, etc.
they aren't the same. the digestive system is all about convering food into appropriate energy sources and other items used by the body, the circulatory system is where oxygen is carried around the body in the blood stream from the lungs to all the muscles and the brain. digestive - food, eating circulatory - breathing, oxygen, blood
You are not going to get that "long answer." A cow's and human's digestive system is NOT the same, I don't care how you try to go about it. Yes they are similar in function, by the fact that they both break down and digest food or feed to more manageable and smaller molecules to be absorbed into the body via blood stream to the zillion cells that are in the body, but they are… Read More
A sphincter is the same thing as a valve. The sphincter opens or closes allowing food to move or stop along the digestive tract.
Generally the surgeon will remove your gallbladder. Your gallbladder is usually functionless from the gallstones and you are used to the same. So you will get no problem to adjust with the absence of gallbladder.
externally- they are the same internally- differences in the heart, digestive system, and respiratory system.
No. Consider cows against humans.
No, they do not have the same digestive system as a cow. They have a single chambered stomach.
The same way humans do. They have a digestive system etc & waste expelled.
They have a similar digestive system to humans and therefore perform the task the same
No. Unless you have an intestinal blockage, it will pass through your digestive system at the same speed as any other indigestible material: in about 30 - 40 hours.
Well, no. Humans are animals, so they should be the same. But, some species have larger or odd shaped digestive systems. :)
no. pigs have one stomach and have close to the same digestive system humans have.
Tobacco effects mainly the respiratory system and nervous system. Alcohol effects the circulatory system the digestive system (e.g. liver) and the nervous system.