In the small intestine. Villi are small finger like things that cover the inside of the small intestine and absorb most of the nutrients you consume.
If your asking about primary absorption in digestion and the absorption of nutrients into the body, then primary absorption is the first (primary) place in the body where nutrients are absorbed. In humans this takes place in the small intestines after the food has been broken down in the stomach and passed on to the small intestine.
Yes, the primary function of the jejunum and the ileum (as part of the small intestine) is the absorption of nutrients into the blood.
Absorption of nutrients from food.
The intestines is where the primary absorption of nutrients occurs. The stomach breaks the food down and it then passes into the intestines.
The primary absorption site for digestible carbohydrates is the small intestine. Digestible carbohydrates are also referred to as net carbohydrates.
Yes, it is. The small intestine absorbs most of the nutrients, while the large intestine absorbs water.
the small intestine
The small intestine.
Stomach and Small Intestine
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the small intestine.
The small intestine is the site of most chemical digestion and absorption in the digestive tract. During absorption, nutrients enter the bloodstream, and the circulatory system can then transport these nutrients to all body cells.
The small intestine.
The primary organ of digestion and absorption of nutrients is the small intestine, especially the duodenum.In general, you could say the stomach breaks down the food, the small intestine digests and absorbs the food, and the large intestine absorbs water.
You absorb nutrients in the small intestine. Your cecum absorbs water.
The small intestine is responsible for the absorption of nutrients.
The small intestine, or the duodenum, is where most absorption of nutrients occur.
The small intestine is the primary location of chemical digestion and absorption of nutrients.
The absorption of nutrients primarily occurs in the large intestines.