Asked by Andy Blackwell in Uncategorized
Why are some of th eorgans called accessory organs?
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I'm not sure how to interpret the question. The entire is called the Digestive System and is complete, fairly complex, set of separate organs joined by various ducts of their own, and the Circulatory System. Some of these organs, especially the intestines, are held within a membranous bag called the Peritoneum - if that's the cover you mean.