The cecum is the widest part of the large intestine. The cecum is just after the function of the small and large intestines.
Approx. 1.5 in
To process food and extract nutrients.
Yes. mainly because ur large intestin can be up to 10 yards long
A redish pink color.
the duodemun is the the 1st part of the small intestin it doesnt really do much the duodemun is the the 1st part of the small intestin it doesnt really do much
small intestine digestion starts in the mouth then the pharynx, esophagus, stomach, small intestine, large intestine, then excreated through the rectum
That depends! We have a small intestine, approximately 20' long and then the large intestine approximately 5' long. 30 feet total. small intestine is 23 feet, the large is 7 feet.
The large intestines function is to digest your food.
presence of E.CoLI in intestin
The large intestine function is digest to your food
The function of the large intestine is to get rid of solid waste from the human body. The large intestine needs silica to function properly.
It is three and half times the legth of your body
yes, it does come from pig intestins
The function of the large intestine is to absorb water and electrolytes from digested wastes.
The function of the small intestine is to break down foods and the function of the large intestine is to clean out the food that are not absorbed as wastes.
The function of the large intestine is to absorb the last nutrients of the feed, and lead it to the anus.
Major function of the large intestine. The major function of the large intestine is to absorb water from the remaining indigestible food matter and transmit the useless waste material from the body.
The main function of the large intestine is to transport waste out of the body and to absorb water from the waste before it leaves the large intestine.
The small intestine is the site of work of some digestive enzymes that are secreted there. It is not an ideal site for the continued work of enzymes from the stomach, as the pH is not hospitable for the work of those gastric enzymes.
Its important in emulsifying lipids so that they break down into smaller droplets so that the specialized enzyme(lipase) can work on it even more easily. Also helps to neutralise the acidity of the food as it comes from the stomach.
It is called chyme once it gets out of the stomach into the small intestin.