Why is gall bladder is associated with liver?
I don't understand your question but if you are asking what are the functions of your liver and gall bladder the liver in simple terms filters out toxins from your body and the gall bladder aids in this process, the gall bladder is not a vital organ therefore you can live without it
kidneys and possibly pancreas It is the Gall Bladder and the Pancreas, not the Kidneys.
The gall bladder stores bile that the liver produces.
The bile from the liver is not as concentrated as the bile that has been stored in the gall bladder.
obviously. the function of gall bladder is to store bile which is secreted by liver. but we have only one gall bladder.
Bile is actually stored in the gall bladder, but produced by liver cells.
B/t the lobes of liver is a rounded pouch gall bladder is located
The parts of your liver is the stomach,pancreas,and the gall bladder. :)
No. Insulin is produced in the liver and stored in gall bladder. Therefore, it is released by the gall bladder not the kidney.
the gall bladder is connected to the liver.
This never happened before, most probably, in known medical history. But this can happen theoretically. Due to reverse peristaltic contractions. Any such thing is possible in biology. Normally the stones stay in the gall bladder. At times one comes in the bile duct to give you severe pain and obstructive jaundice in the upper abdomen. The stone can go up to the liver. Not in the liver. As the tract becomes more and more narrow… Read More
The Gall Bladder - is stuck right on the side of the liver.
the organ that is underneath the liver in a frog is the gall bladder
The Digestive System consists of Everything from the mouth to the anus and its associated digestive organs (liver, gall bladder, pancreas)
The gall bladder. It stores and concentrates the bile produced by the liver. The gall bladder can excrete its contents into the common bile duct where it is injected into the small intestine.
The gall bladder is a little sack on the bottom of the liver. The liver produces bile, an enzyme used in digestion, then pumps the excess bile into the gall bladder to be stored. When the bile is needed in the intestines the bile is pumped out of the gall bladder through the common bile duct.
The gall bladder stores the bile which is made in the liver, until it is used in the digestion of fats.
The gall bladder holds bile (secreted in the liver) and dumps it into the stomach when food (bolus) enters from the esophagus.
It's connected to the gall bladder
I think, it 's gall bladder
I think they are the gall bladder, liver, and pancreaus.
Bile is produced in the liver and stored in the gall bladder. The presence of lipids in the duodenum causes the release of bile. Ultimately the liver and gall bladder control the release of bile.
Bile is produced - produced in the liver and stalled in the gall bladder
Possibly because the gall bladder is attached to the back of the liver.
Liver secreats bile juice.But liver gives this to gall bladder and gall bladder gives this to small intestine whereas other glands give juices directly to small intestine. Therefore liver is not a part of alimentary canal.
The function of the gall bladder is to store and concentrate bile secreted by the liver. the function of the air bladder is to enable the fish to float and sink in the water willingly.
In most oeganisms, it is the Gall Bladder.
Bile is stored in the gall-bladder.
No. Your gall bladder is in the liver and it has nothing to do with urination.
It is made in the liver and stored in the gall bladder.
It's made in the liver and stored in the gall-bladder.
bile is stored in the gall bladder. it is produced in the liver.
liver and gall bladder
No, it is the surgical removal of the gall bladder.
A gland produces one or more hormones, the gall bladder does not produce anything, It only stores the bile produced by the liver.
The urinary bladder collects and holds urine from the kidneys. The gall bladder holds and concentrates bile that is made in the liver, releasing it whenever fatty foods need digesting.
the liver has a sack called the gall bladder connected to it. the liver produces an gold liquid called bile. bile digests fats and it enters the beginning of the small intestine and the bile is stored inside the gall bladder
The liver produces bile juice that is stored temporarily in the gall bladder.
As the rat has no gall bladder, all it's bile is produced in the liver.
The liver makes bile and then sends it into the gall bladder to be pumped into the small intestine.
The bile ducts connect the liver and the gall bladder to the small intestine.
Ummm the system that the liver is involved in. the digestive system. it is most directly connected to the gall bladder and intestines. it creates and proccess bile which is stored in the Gall bladder, and then passed through the intestines
The system that the liver is involved in is the digestive system. It is most directly connected to the gall bladder and intestines. It creates and process bile which is stored in the gall bladder, and then pasted through the intestines.
it does help the gallbladder and all the bladder left it take it to the gall bladder first
Bile is produced in the liver, and then is taken to be stored in the gall bladder.
The liver (although it's stored in the gall bladder).